Marcella Kowalchuk Consulting Inc ~ We provide expert human resources advice to enable you go Into the World
and do great things in Business, Career and School.
We focus on bringing attention to the situations and choices young adults will have to face as they transition from early school years onto high school campus life and the working world. We partner with schools, youth groups and organizations to promote independence, confidence and courage.
High School Here I Come: In this workshop, we spend time listening to how students feel about moving to high school. Our activities are geared to lead them to talk about relationships with their family and friends, good study habits, making decisions, well-being and adjusting to being more independent. We reinforce key messages that they are important, values matter and that their voices and opinions are needed.
"I enjoyed this and it was interesting to talk freely at all times."
"I think that tonight was really fun and it taught me a lot about high school..."
"10/10 I'm not as nervous about high school anymore. [You] didn't only talk about academics but also our future social lives."
"It was reassuring to know that other people go through the same things as I do.."
(Girl Guides of Canada)
Campus Readiness - The goal of this workshop is to help reduce the fear, stress and anxiety that young adults are experiencing when having to decide what to do after high school. We will talk about the social, emotional, financial and educational elements of choosing. In the presence of other young adults who are considering these same questions, and sharing similar feelings, we will provide each participant with a simple step by step process to help them decide how to make decisions now and in the future. We will also raise awareness of all the options that are available to them after high school.
"I enjoyed this session a lot. I never considered other options".
"This session was very important and helpful.... The overall style, the game audience interaction and personal/world connections are great."
"You gave the girls lots of great information to think about for their future." (Community Group)