Self awareness can play a large part in academic success. As students continue on their academic path, their interests should play a pivotal role in their major, university, and extracurricular selection. Looking further, these interests play a vital role in their career and earnings.
The “wait to fail” approach in reading education was tragic, but it’s now the norm in college counseling. Learn about the history and what to do about it.
Making career and vocational advising a vital, integrated part of the college curriculum could benefit your students from early on.
We see startling statistics every day such as less than 50% of college students will complete college with their degree. That means that the other half will drop out. Probably with large loan debts. But even backtracking a bit…do you
College students need and want the skills and knowledge to succeed in the workplace, yet they often avoid career centers. Why is that?
During this week’s ASU-GSV conference, held in San Diego, CA, The Myers-Briggs Company Innovation Labs and Cajon Valley Unified School District announced an exciting new World of Work (WOW) partnership aimed at engaging K-12 students, teachers, and parents in the WOW
Discussion of high expectations has been rampant in education and parenting parameters for several years now, but where is the line between setting high expectations and crushing the dreams of children? As a high school teacher and basketball coach, I
Every career and job has value and the degree level or pay scale does not make one better than the other. Read more on the importance of encouraging students to pursue career interest. Recently, the actor, Geoffrey Owens was publicly
Acclaimed chef Julia Child once advised: “Find something you are passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it.” To many, this may sound like an unattainable, idealistic dream, but given the existing research on career exploration, it actually turns out
The key to helping students graduate on time and workers retaining their employees lies in the pivotal relationship between interest and persistence. If you work in education, you’re probably already all-too-familiar with this troubling trend: many students don’t make it to