situations. Whether choosing a major, preparing for an internship, starting a job search, or applying to graduate
school, the students show up at our door confused, seeking guidance and answers. Sometimes we can provide them with a sample resume or interview questions. Other times, we can only begin to cut through the fog of ambiguity with your student, as
the solution is not necessarily clear. We often go back to the basics. What is the student’s priority, what is he or she
good at doing, what is important to the individual? When students have self awareness and the understanding of what that means, they are more likely to have confidence in their abilities. That confidence translates to being successful at
school, work, and life. That confidence means being able to handle unexpected situations, to problem solve when life
throws a curveball, and to be successful in spite of difficulties.
Situations that throw us back to basics make us dig deep inside ourselves to remain positive; to move forward when life wants to push us backward. So whether weathering natural disasters or figuring out career paths, it is our inner strength that will ultimately point us where we need to go. When a student knocks on our proverbial door, we are there
to listen, guide, challenge, and direct. We want your child to graduate with a good sense of self, to be purposeful, and