parents and guardians

How can you help your child make good career choices?

Is your child stuck for career options if they didn’t choose the “right” pre-requisites in Grade 11 or 12?

Is your child the only one of their peers with no idea of what to do after high school?

It’s difficult for parents and guardians to know how to support their almost-adult children in today’s tumultuous world of careers. After all, things are very different from when you were young. Throw in the COVID-19 pandemic, and you have a pile of stress, confusion and concern. Check out supports for parents and guardians below.

Talking Careers with Your Young Adult video series – FREE

Do you have concerns that your almost-grown-up kids are languishing in the career motivation department? Are you worried they are falling behind their peers? Do you feel like you can adequately support them?

This five-part free video series will help you have more effective career conversations with your young-adult kids.

Your Kid’s Wacky Career Idea – $115 (includes applicable taxes)

So, your child has come to you with the idea that they’re going to be a rock star, or a super athlete, or the next [insert favourite actor here]. Or perhaps they’re looking at careers you don’t think are viable or that particularly match what you see as their strengths.  Let’s take an hour, talk about it one-on-one, and sort out fact from fiction. No kids allowed.

Pre-book 3 sessions and save! $300 (taxes included).

Future Directions – Intro to Career Exploration – $45

Are you part of a learning pod or homeschool group and working through the career education curriculum? Studies have shown that by the end of Grade 8, students have already made sweeping decisions that will affect their career opportunities in the future. This 40-minute interactive online presentation will help students in Grades 7 to 12 think more strategically about their career futures. We’ll take a look at how to tie favourite classes, interests and abilities to meaningful work, how to get out of the job title trap, and how to develop a positive mindset that will encourage lifelong career satisfaction. The presentation comes with a downloadable guide for further exploration and activities.

Looking for support for the young adult in your life? Check out more services here.

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