Guiding Students Into Fulfilling Careers
"Work to become, not to acquire." — Elbert Hubbard
Essential to the developmental process in the transition from adolescent to emerging adult is the ability of young people to articulate and gain insight into their passions and purpose. Exploring the questions of "who am I" and "what do I have to offer" is consistent with the age old rights of passage where the individual hero in each young person realizes their own inner genius and the unique core gifts they have to offer the world.
To this end, Emerge utilizes The Greenwood System 120 career matching and personality report as a cornerstone of our assessment and guidance process. In combination with The Core Gift Discovery process, The Greenwood System 120 forms the basis for identifying potential occupations and a personal road map for taking the steps toward both educational and career goals.
Throughout all of there work, Andrew and Kylie help guide students to a better understanding of who they are and how they might contribute to the world around them; a true coming into one's own through articulating their inner genius and sharing of one's core gifts with others by preparing to engage in the world of work.
Whether making decisions through the college admission and selection process, working toward goals as a college student, taking time out to explore beyond the classroom with gap year options, or navigating the post college career world, students will move toward their authentic selves through a mentoring experience with Andrew and Kylie. The Greenwood System 120 and Core Gift Discovery process lead to a dynamic engagement that forms a foundation from which student's can pursue a vision of their place in the world.