Consulting / Coaching 

 

Program offerings draw from ten topics and relating activities that begin with an introduction about the concept of time management, importance of setting goals, eliminating toxic elements in one’s life, value of networking, and how to make life investments. Students then learn about life entrepreneurship, how to move forward, prevent stagnation of growth, preparing for future outcomes, and avoiding barriers. The program then goes to the next level as students learn how to transition from personal entrepreneurship to helping others become entrepreneurial. Students then learn how to assess their own personal wealth, maintain constant grown, embrace lifelong learning, factor life contingencies and how best to transfer wealth to future generations.

 

Objectives

 

The student will achieve the following:

  • Know the importance of establishing relationships with academic entrepreneurial faculty.

  • Realize the importance of working in their field of major.

  • Understand the value of academic and private sector mentors.

  • Identify funding of resources to help finance their education.

  • Differentiate between public and private institutions of higher learning.

Outcomes
 

Students will realize the following parameters after the program:

  • The student will forge relationships with academic entrepreneurial faculty.

  • The student will secure a paid or unpaid position in their field of major.

  • The student will acquire an academic and/or private sector mentor.

  • The student will pursue funding to help finance their education.

  • The student will differentiate between public and private institutions of higher learning.