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10 Tips for Selecting a Career and College Matched to Your Uniqueness

A Free Webinar for High School Students
(and their parents!)




  • Are you feeling confused about how to choose a career field or a college major?

  • Is it difficult to decide which colleges to consider?

  • Do you feel overwhelmed by all of the advice you are receiving from family, friends, and teachers?

  • Are you worried about choosing a different school than the ones your friends are choosing?

If so, you are not alone.  Many high school students are overwhelmed with the thought that they may have to live "unhappily ever after" with whatever career or college choice they make today. However, the latest research provided by the U.S. Department of Labor tells a different story:

  • Today's students will have 10 to 14 jobs by the time they are 38 years old and the average job will last less than 5 years.  

  • The Top 10 "In Demand" jobs in 2013 did not exist in 2004.


Therefore, smart students are recognizing that the key to their future career satisfaction is to truly understand themselves, their strengths, interests, and unique personality style preferences so that they can make great educational, training, and career choices now and into the future, which will support them in being happy and successful.  

This free, one-hour webinar will provide you with 10 key strategies to use when exploring career options and selecting a college to ensure that they will be a great fit with you and your uniqueness!

Join me for this free webinar on:  


Dates for the next free webinar will be announced soon!


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Once you sign up for the program, you will receive an email with the instructions on how to participate in the webinar. It's easy!  At the scheduled date and time, you simply call the phone number and enter the code provided in the email.


I look forward to meeting you!


Susan McGraw

Founder, Career Success for Women & Youth


For more about Susan:  Susan's Story


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