Let’s face it!
You did your best to nurture and provide for your child so they’d be ready to launch into life. You invested time, energy and resources (and lots of it) to get them to where they are. Yet, in spite of all the love and planning, it turns out that many students are NOT prepared for college and career success. According to College Board, among the top reasons students give for dropping out of college includes the lack of initial planning to obtain a degree; pointing to the need for more support and guidance than currently offered to them.
“About 80 percent of students in the United States end up changing their major at least once”, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. On average, college students change their major at least three times over the course of their college career – adding more time, stress and expense to an already challenging life event.
What would it mean for your child to enter college empowered to move confidently in the direction of their dreams right from the start?
Welcome to “Life by Design” ~ a 10-week online coaching solution created for high functioning students who find themselves in overload and desperate to release the pressure valve of what lies ahead. By creating a healthy perspective of themselves, students become empowered and motivated as they infuse values, purpose, passion, and vision as a foundation for education. They become self-experts and build the skills and knowledge for self-directed learning.
New Heart Coaching provides academic success coaching combined with a system of personal discovery using various assessment tools and processes. That ensures that the student’s skills and passions match, ultimately increasing personal confidence on a path to thriving.
Adapted from the Life Design Catalyst program at the University of North Carolina – Greensboro, students grow to feel empowered and motivated to reach their dreams while boosting overall retention and graduation rates.
Launching from childhood into adulthood is no longer just about getting to college. It’s not even about getting through college. Launching into adulthood means having the ability to be functional, independent and self-sustaining on a path to meaningful work and a meaningful life.