Are you frustrated with the fact that your child is halfway through college and has no idea what they want to do after they graduate, especially after all the time, energy and money that you have invested into their education? Or if you’re preparing to send your child off to a university this fall, do you want to make sure they makee the most out of those four costly but crucial years?
THAT’S WHERE oneTRUEzone STEPS IN TO HELP OUT!
Wouldn’t you agree that helping your child find the job he or she truly loves, with the potential to earn the income to support his or her future lifestyle, is of the utmost importance to you?
Let Us Help You Put Your Child On the Right Track.
oneTRUEzone is a comprehensive, multi-phased program based on a simple core philosophy. It is built on the belief that one’s eventual focus and self-fulfillment begins with an awareness of one’s “unique gift.”
Upon completion, your child will have a greater sense of self and the knowledge and tools to not only affect career choices, but also many aspects of his or her life.
Program Benefits For Your Child:
At oneTRUEzone we believe in achieving results. In an effort to live up to this commitment, our program creates an Accountability Partnership with each student. We believe Accountability Partners are one of the best ways to help motivate your child to stay focused.
Each student will have a student Accountability Partner and a group coaching partnership as well. Like a mentor, a coach or a goal-setting buddy, an Accountability Partner will help your child get the job done.
The idea is to hold regular meetings with an Accountability Partner who will challenge, motivate, mentor, encourage and inspire your child to achieve maximum results from our program, and to identify and discover his or her ideal career path.
Questions to Think About
Do you know what
career services are available to your child in college and to what extent he or
she utilized these services? Do you know why your child does or does not get
what he or she needs from the campus career services centers?
What concerns you most about your child’s career search process?
Some parents say that a lack of direction, passion, and decision-making skills concern them most about their child’s ability to succeed in the career search process. Others say they want their children to find something they love to do, that is fulfilling, and that will enable them to be financially independent.
What factors do you wish you had taken into account when you were deciding on your own future career? Would these factors have made a difference in the choices you made?
One parent said, “I wish I knew more about what motivates me and makes me ‘feel good.’ When I was deciding on a career, I was trying to be ‘practical’ and do something that would be safe, reliable and provide a good income. I don’t think I realized that doing something day-in and day-out can be brutal if you don’t love it.”
These and other questions motivate us to
help our children find their way. We are committed and look forward to making a
difference in your child’s life. We know, even without saying, what a relief
that will be for you!