Are you willing to allow your student to walk through college aimlessly without a clear direction?
Do you have a college graduate who still can’t find a career direction?
Do you find re-entering the workforce or changing career directions a daunting experience?
College2Career offers professional educational counseling that is designed to help students find the best college “match”. The challenge is two-fold: knowing the abilities, interests, and goals of the student and the defining attributes of individual colleges. College2Career provides expertise in college guidance, college scholarships, essay and application guidance, aptitude and career assessments, assistance with resumes and graduate school letters of intent, mock interview for interview preparation and internships and job search strategies.
College2Career focuses on students and young adults.
At College2Career our experienced staff of guidance counselors, English teachers, learning specialists, and career counselors will guide you through the college admission process.
The scholarship counselors at College2Career provide advice and resources to candidates seeking scholarship assistance. Conducting a successful funding search takes time and effort.
Our career assessment service is designed to help students and young adults find their direction and to make informed and sound decisions about a college major and career options through career assessments.
We can help identify an alternative career path or a new direction that your current career is missing. This requires a structured approach in order to make it as simple and successful as possible.
Recent national statistics reveal:
- Bachelor’s degree graduation rate for students who start at public four-year colleges is 59.5%. At private non-profits, graduation rate is 64.6%.
- 45% of recent high school graduates earn a bachelor’s degree in six years.
- Nearly 60% of college graduates who completed a bachelor’s degree had attended two or more institutions prior to graduation.
- Only 11.6% of students who start at community colleges earn a bachelor’s degree within six years.
- The annual price for undergraduate tuition at public colleges is estimated to be $17,131. At private colleges the average tuition is estimated at $48,589.
- As of 2012, 50% of college graduates are unemployed
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