No matter where you are on your journey,
we will help you refine your search and make sure
you are prepared to be hired!
Our goal is to help you find the career that is right for YOU! So, how do we help you find your path? We offer a 5-hour, individualized consultation package. While we customize our process for each client, the hours might be divided into:
Only 27 percent of college grads have a job related to their major.
Let’s review what we learned from the assessment.
Where you are in your career search?
Who are you?
What are you good at?
What do other people tell you you are good at?
What do you enjoy doing?
Let’s optimize your search and prepare for your interview.
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"My experience working with Eric through the Talent Insights Program was immensely rewarding."
"His guidance helped me identify ways in which I could further strengthen my natural tendencies in order to differentiate myself in the professional world, in addition to suggesting ways in which I could work with my weaknesses to make them less prevalent. I felt the program was incredibly accurate in capturing my personality and tendencies and therefore found its commentary to be insightful and helpful. Eric was extremely affable and communicated all feedback in a constructive, positive manner. After his coaching, I feel much more self-aware and confident in approaching interview processes in general. I would highly recommend working with him to someone looking for ways to maximize their individual talents and stand out in the workplace.”
HANNAH W., SKIDMORE COLLEGE '16
"I just wanted to thank you, again, for speaking to us and sharing some invaluable information about interviewing and marketing ourselves. I certainly feel more confident moving forward…the first step is getting asked to interview! I hope this offer is coming soon – I wait with bated breath."
Cheyenne K., Skidmore College '16
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DID YOU KNOW?
Most college students fail to prepare or launch their careers after graduation? A study conducted by The Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University found that colleges are poorly preparing graduates for the workforce.