Higher Education Mentoring.
College Guidance &
How We Help
The purpose of the College Guidance and Success Program is to provide mentorship and guidance to students pursuing their higher education and career! This program has College and Career Specialists on staff who are great support as they work closely with students to build on college, career, and employment readiness skills. College and Career Specialists can assist students with (but not limited to) the following: Resume Building, Cover Letter Writing, Interview preparation, Job searching, Career Portfolio building, Career researching, Creating SMART goals, Creating a career path, Post-secondary enrollment, Virtual College Campus Tours, Applying for scholarships, Financial aid applications, and so much more!
Yvon graduated from the University of South Dakota in 2016 with her bachelor’s degree in social work and a minor in Child and Adolescent Development. She recently earned her Master’s degree from the University of La Verne in Educational Counseling PPS. Yvon has been a softball coach/mentor for over 5 years at the collegiate level. She really enjoys working with young adults and teaching them the importance of a growth and positive mindset. As a career mentor, her goal is to help individuals find their passions and reach their academic, career, and personal life goals.
College & Career
Daisy is a former Career Institute participant who completed our work experience program and soon after became a Student Ambassador. As a Student Ambassador, Daisy worked with our Career Mentors to recruit participants, connect with students, and share her experience with the program. Now, Daisy is a College and Career Specialist who supports and assists students with college, career, and employment readiness skills. Sheis currently a student at Cal Poly Pomona double majoring in Liberal Studies and Theatre. Daisy hopes to help as many students as she can through her role with Career Institute!
College & Career
Rachel graduated from California State University, Fresno in 2019 with her bachelor's degree in Criminology with an emphasis in Victimology. She is currently enrolled in the Master's program for Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of La Verne. Rachel has been a softball coach/mentor at the college level for the past 3 years. Rachel is a College and Career Specialist who supports and assists students with college, career, and employment readiness skills. She enjoys working with young adults and providing them skills and knowledge to prepare them for a successful future