MAXIMIZE COLLEGE CAN HELP YOUR CHILD CHOOSE THE BEST OPTIONS
Your child has a relatively good idea about which major or career he or she plans to pursue. But how can he or she (and you) know if it’s the right choice? Let Maximize College help you find an answer to this question.
Maximize College offers tools that can teach your child how to explore careers and majors first-hand so that he or she can choose the best-fitting options. Keep reading for more information about the resources available to you.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF FREE CHECKLISTS AND GUIDES
Maximize College publishes various free resources to help students clarify their major and career plans.
GET SOLID ADVICE FROM THE BLOG
Read these articles to learn more about how students can determine if they’ve chosen their best career, major, and college options.
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ENROLL YOUR CHILD IN A MAXIMIZE COLLEGE COURSE
Maximize College offers online courses with career coaching support to help students develop a clear vision for the future. Participants get:
Students complete video lessons and workbook exercises whenever they can fit them into their schedule.
Students receive encouragement, guidance, and answers to their questions from an experienced career counselor.
It’s now possible for students to gain the same benefits of face-to-face career counseling at a fraction of the price.