CHOOSE YOUR CAREER
If you are a high school student, now is the time to get a plan, and be strategic; we can help you make smart choices. If you are a college student, and need to make a change, contact us today so that we can help you figure out how to minimize the loss of time, effort, and money. We can help you get a plan that makes sense. The future is uncertain, but you don’t have to be!
What you do next is very important! You are starting to understand some of the challenges that your student faces in making important life decisions. You can help your child reduce anxiety about their future. You can help your child gain advantages, and gain confidence. We are here to help you put your child ahead of their competition. We are here to support you, and give your child the best possible chance for success!
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
I have a decent baseball scholarship, and I will probably get a small scholarship for academics and a rotary scholarship. I know what school I’m attending, and I know what team I’m playing for, but that’s about it. I have no idea what I’m doing for a major. Of course I want to play professional baseball, but I need a backup plan just in case I get injured. I’ve got to get a plan that makes sense.
I have two older sisters who went to college. One finished college and is not even working in the field that she studied in. The other dropped out because she hated the classes. I don’t want to make those same mistakes. I’m in my second year of college, and now I realize that I need to change my major. I need some help figuring out which direction I should take. I don’t want to waste money or time, but I don’t want to continue in what I’m doing either.
I just want to major in something that is going to make sense in my life. I’m passionate about the environment, and helping people. Of course I want to make money, but I really want to make a difference in the world. I’m not sure what to major in, but I know I need to figure it out soon.
I started college as a business major. I almost failed statistics, and I almost lost my scholarship. So I switched to an education major. I thought I wanted to be an elementary teacher. I did my first practicum, and after a week with the elementary kids, I know for sure that I’m not cut out to be a teacher. I feel like I keep making mistake after mistake in choosing a major. I’m almost out of scholarship money. I need help.
All of my friends seem to know exactly what they want to be in life. I have no idea. I know I’m going to college, but I literally have no idea what I want to do.
I started college with a great scholarship. My friends were all majoring in Business, so I did too. I hated the classes, I hated the professors, and I skipped enough classes that I almost lost my scholarship. Now I’m getting serious about school, but I have to decide what I’m going to major in. I know the college of Business is not for me, but nothing in the college website seems right either. I need help.
I need to find a college major that will get me a good job when I graduate. I see college grads working at the Mall. I know I don’t want that! I want to get my degree and get a good job. I’m just not sure what to pick that will give me a competitive edge.
I scored so high in math on the SAT. Everyone said I needed to go into the engineering program. I hate the classes. I really want to make music. My parents say that a musician can’t make a good living, so I don’t want to be poor. I don’t want to have a career that is miserable either. I have a full scholarship, so I don’t want to screw that up, and I don’t want to disappoint my parents. I don’t know what to do.
I don’t know what’s wrong with me. All of my friends know exactly what they want to do. I have no idea! I know I’m going to college because my parents have the college pre-pay. I just don’t know what to major in.
I get overwhelmed thinking about what college major to choose. Sometimes I feel so nervous I just close the college websites. I have a decent SAT and ACT so I know I can get into a few colleges. Honestly, none of the majors seem that interesting to me. I don’t know what to do.