A leadership track to champion student success
Through our personal-empowerment topics, coaches share deep-seated stories and topics that will inspire youth to answer the question, "Am I worth it?"
Stand Up & Be Counted: inspiring students to become survivors rather than victims, by helping them envision how their voices and leadership can influence the world.
Learning to Fail Forward to Success: failure is okay, vulnerability leads to openness, and with a proactive mindset, goals can be achieved.
Developing a Positive Self-Image: in order to aim high in life, self-image directly impacts your personal character, ability to handle conflict and take risks, and is the foundation for future success.
Developing Character: doing what is right over what is popular is the most courageous act of leadership.
The material is designed for students ages 14 to 18.
Life after high school is hard to navigate sometimes. In fact it can be daunting, but it should be exciting. Nowadays, high school juniors and seniors do not receive the proper mentorship and guidance they need to make decisions about their futures. Many go to colleges feeling lost. This feeling of disconnect can trigger suicide, drugs misuse, depression, anxiety and uncertainty.
Everyone has it in them to make a story they are proud to tell. The questions, “Who am I?” and “What was I born to do in this world?” can be unlocked with guidance, reflection, and discovering one’s strengths and experiences.
1. One-on-one coaching with high school students (timeframe depends on the client and his or her situation):
a. Navigating students by problem solving, accessing strengths, internal motivations, and helping them process the next “chapter” in their journey
b. Use of Motivational Interviewing and other interventions
c. Helping students move forward instead of backwards
d. Helping students value the process and journey of the future
e. Accessing different college or career options based on areas of strength
f. Curriculum topic: “It is okay not to know your passion right away—follow your strengths.”