Providing grads with confidence in their ability to complete an effective résumé.
The NextStep Program
Recent data suggests that about 8.5% of college grads between 21 and 24 years of age are still unemployed.
That might not seem like a big number, but when you consider that 44% of recent grads are employed in a job that doesn’t require a Bachelor’s degree, it becomes clear that a college education might not pay off the way it should.
That’s where the NextStep Program comes into play. Our coaching program isn’t a college education – it’s a program that focuses on making sure students are in the absolute best position to land a job after earning a degree. The program delivers numerous benefits including…
The Game Plan
At NextStep, we have a tried and true game plan to ensure each student’s success. This plan includes:
- Résumé construction and customization
- Optimizing interviewing skills
- Proper interaction with Career Center, Career Fairs and Alumni Association
- How to access and land internships
- How to be positioned to field career job offers prior to graduation
A student’s success depends on their education, but it goes much deeper than just having a diploma in hand. They need to be able to convince employers that, out of all the prospective applicants out there, they’re the right one.
Our NextStep Program gives students that knowledge and more.
I would just like to thank you again for all your help in going over my résumé and talking me through changes that could be made in order for me to have more success…… I was just offered a spot in the internship program.
I wouldn’t be here today without the support I received from you.
I got a job at a research company and start next week!
With NextStep mentoring and guidance my son received three career/job offers prior to the commencement of this last semester in college. Thanks NextStep!
Without you I would not be where I am today!
I put my trust in you and it’s paid off “tenfold!” Thank you for being there to push and guide me.
NextStep was skilled at communicating with my son in a way that a parent normally struggles with.