Life skills are knowledge-based strategies we use daily to navigate the "real world." While high school may prepare us for the next stage in our lives academically and/or professionally (especially a vocational/technical school or school for the performing arts), most people enter this phase of early adulthood without the experience or concrete knowledge to thrive.
This series of workshops, addressed in a boot camp format, answers many of these questions and positions participants for success financially, in applying for a good entry-level job, with home skills, and more.
It's an awesome graduation gift and opportunity for 16-26* year-old participants.
We welcome mature 15-year-old attendees who are entering their junior year of high school or the home schooling equivalent.
The boot camp series if $499/person with a 15% discount for multiple family members who share the same residence.
The sessions meet 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, include a 1-hour lunch break, and resume from 1:00-4:00 PM, Monday through Friday, for one week.
This section is broken down into tracks for people entering the working world and clients studying full time while seeking a part-time job or who are about to graduate.
Everyone socializes differently. For some people the key is to set limits while for others it's about making the move to connect.
Whatever your personality, transitioning into a new life phase means leaving behind some old friends and the chance to make new ones.
This section discusses options for meeting people, the pros and cons of different approaches, and ways to be safe while socializing.
PS This section is not judgmental, so be open and honest to make the most of this discussion.