"The two most important days of your life are the day you were born, and the day you discover what you were born to do."
Career Coaching for Students™
Compass Discoveries™ is an empowering career exploration and planning program for high school and college students.
Innovative, scientifically proven assessments, combined with individual coaching sessions facilitated by a certified career counselor reveal and harness each student's unique combination of behavioral styles, motivators, and interests.
Students are guided through our step by step program to discover high potential college majors and career choices, and develop a clear educational path to a rewarding and successful future!
assessments still commonly used in most high schools and colleges such as
Learn the science behind our innovative Talent Insights Assessment, proven to be the most comprehensive and reliable tool available for predicting job success and satisfaction.
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The evidence and costly impact of typical school provided career exploration and planning is found in the statistics..
AVERAGE COST OF ONE YEAR OF COLLEGE
of students drop out of college before receiving a degree
self-esteem and motivation as students discover their strengths and talents.
Increased opportunities to gain knowledge, experience and career connections.
Reduced likelihood of multiple major changes resulting in a more economical plan for college and reduced student debt.
Career path awareness during the admissions process creates more purposeful essays, interviews and college selection.
Students have a clear and achievable path to follow towards a rewarding,successful
"This program meant a lot to me personally. It helped me find myself and makes me feel more prepared for the future. I am now confident about a job I would like, and know what to do to qualify, and be more able. I am glad I got to work with Julie, and appreciate what she has done for me. It was very exciting and meaningful development.
Sadie / High School Sophomore.