Parents

The evolution your child will go through as they transition from college student to full-time professional, is one of the most exciting, yet also one of the most difficult, he or she will ever experience. It can be a time when even the most confident young adult flounders.

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This fumbling is understandable. We hire tutors, SAT/ACT coaches, and educational advisors to help our children through high school to college; yet at this pivotal juncture, we expect them to figure out how to launch a career—something they have no experience doing.

I chose them to work with three of my children immediately upon their college graduation. I felt that although my children were extremely qualified in their respective fields, they were totally unprepared for job seeking in today’s competitive market.
— Kathy M. (parent of two undergraduate students and one graduate degree student)

Schools and colleges provide an educational foundation, but even at the most elite universities, career centers are underfunded, understaffed, and tend to use a one-size-fits-all approach, which rarely works for anyone.

After investing in your child financially and emotionally, it’s natural that you would want to help them find their way in the professional world. So how can you help?

This is where we come in.

By combining our many years of complementary experiences, we have developed a hands-on, customized, internship and career-launching process that has been proven successful time after time. We work one-on-one with the student or recent grad to help them find meaningful internships and/or their first jobs—turning this uncertain time into a process that’s both enlightening and constructive.

As their advocates, we help and empower students to do as much as we believe they can; so they develop the tools and the foundation they need to become successful, independent adults.

I have been very happy with their work, their advice, their communications with my son and I, and — most importantly — their availability whenever necessary.
— Howard F. (parent of a recent college grad and a recent MBA graduate)

Are you looking for successful, experienced professionals who are accessible and available to parent and student? Please contact us. We are happy to help.