The Transitions© College Seminar Series are custom built for the occasion. Seminars have been in the form of a full day workshop or abbreviated custom sessions that span desired topics from the full body of work.
I require an audience of over 50 people. The larger the audience the better. I have seminars on the calendar for the Fall with an estimated attendance of 500 students.
All of the sessions are highly interactive and fast paced.
References are available upon request.
The two most popular seminars are:
JOB SEARCH: This seminar typically covers three areas that culminate in a successful job search:
-Building Your Personal Brand
-Building Your Personal Network
-A Processed Based Job Search
In a very real way, your brand, leveraged by your network and inserted into a search strategy and process should produce multiple job offers. This seminar runs between 2 and 2 1/2 hours.
Financial Independence: This seminar poses the question: What do you want from your education and your career? We explore how to become financially independent over the span of your career.
This is not a financial planning seminar. Rather, this session illustrates what previous generation of students have done or not done, and provides case studies into best practices. I have found two major detriments to emerging college students building financial independence:
1. The whole topic of financial independence is so utterly confusing that students often misstep and do nothing or slightly fund a 401k plan and hope for the best.
2. Students feel they need to save a significant pile of money before they begin investsing.
Students walk away with a good topical understanding of their choices and a plan for how to begin their journey to financial independence when they enter the workforce.