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Challenges and The Kompass of LifeSolution

As early as 8 years old, children start to develop their career interests.

Between 15 and 18 years old:

  • Young adults are beginning to understand what they like to do.
  • They understand where they want to spend their time.
  • They understand who they want to be with.

BUT they don’t know how to get started.

Every 26 Seconds, a young adult drops out of high school.

Research funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation found,

“One out of every three ninth graders in New Mexico drops out before graduation.”

The majority of youth will NEVER have a “deep genuine” conversation with a parent or mentor about their career interests.

Over 85% of adults wished they had more help from a counselor or mentor.

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“With today’s increasing challenges of high school dropout rates, poor economic conditions and fewer opportunities for college funding, we need to partner and intersect the early planning of our young adults’ lives and careers in order to enable their success.”   Shane Barber

 

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Kareer Insights(tm) Mission:  Help youth and young adults establish a foundation based on the connection of their passions and natural talents in order to enhance their career choices and enrich their life experiences.

 

Vision:     Empower young adults to – Discover, Develop, Understand

How to establish their – Core Beliefs, Natural Talents, Career Interests, and Life Skills

So they will – Be realistic about their future; Set clear goals; Achieve success in life

 

 

Kareer Insights offers The Kompass of Lifeprogram.  This workshop experience extends from the classroom into each student’s life through coaching and mentorship.  It is an interactive self-exploration process that helps students identify their true foundation that is comprised of their Core Beliefs, Natural Talents, Career Interests, and Life Skills.  They learn to harness the power of setting clear and obtainable goals that enhances their journey towards a rewarding career.

 

 

We invite you to join us in helping our young adults learn to use their compass!