IT'S TIME TO BREAK THE MOLD
As an administrator, educator, or guidance counselor you know the one-size-fits-all mentality of post-high school planning is outdated.
The problem is in reimagining the culture of success. How do we break the current mold and effectively quip today's students to define their post-high school career pathway on their own terms?
Your students deserve the freedom and support to build a career-centered post-high school pathway on their own terms.
How to Help Your Teen Build Success in High School
Choose from two parent-centered presentations designed to equip parents to support student success in high school and in building a post-graduation plan.
One Decision at a Time
Choose from two student-centered presentations designed to equip students to build personal success in high school and develop tools to develop a career-centered pathway they're excited to pursue.
Building Success for ALL Students
Staff members will better understand how to help teens assess the options available to them after high school and how to determine the best path.
Building A Culture of Success
Staff members will create a custom blueprint for developing a culture of success for their school.
Today's high schools can become centers of success for every single student, where educator burnout and low student motivation are replaced with contagious energy and a personal drive to succeed.
Resources that Empower You to Reimagine Success
Presentations & Trainings for Your School
Meet Stephanie Haynes, ACC, CCSP
Today's teens are stuck in an outdated definition of success. It is no longer beneficial to continue the one-size-fits-all college-for-everyone mantra. Today's teens need to be equipped to break the mold and build career-centered pathways they are excited to pursue, making high school relevant to their futures.
As a former teacher, a parent, and now a professional coach and consultant I understand the pressures you face in the field of education. It's why I started coaching educational leaders like you. I want to empower you to break the mold and equip you to reimagine the definition of success at your school.
Education Leaders Rave
About Stephanie's Message
"Stephanie Haynes delivered an informative and timely keynote presentation during the Dec. 2021 SC Career Development Professionals conference. Her message truly resonated with our in-person and virtual participants as she balanced her findings from research and compelling statistics with stories from her experience as an educator, mother, and advisor.
Chadwick Vail, Work-based Learning Partnerships Coordinator
Career & Technology Education Support Team
Charleston County School District
"As a keynote speaker for the South Carolina Career Development Professionals conference in Myrtle Beach, Stephanie kept the audience engaged and wanting to hear more. Attendees related to her experiences and were inspired by her personal stories."
Renee Padgett, ATSI Career Specialist LHS & WKHS at Lexington County School
Confidently Develop a Custom Plan for Your School
to Reimagine the Definition of Success for Your Students
1. Set up a time to discuss
Meet with Stephanie to discuss how she can help you reimagine the culture of success at your school.
2. Book a Service
Choose from several options or design your own based on the needs of your school.
3. Cue the Confetti on Graduation Day
Celebrate with your staff, parents, and students as they build relevance and launch on a journey that reflects their passions, interests, and values.
Develop the Culture of Success your Staff, Students, and Communities Need.
Help Your Staff and Your Parents Guide Their Students Well
" If you have a child about to graduate from high school, do yourself and your child a favor and grab a copy of this book!" Amazon Review
Most parents aren't sure how to help their teens figure out their next steps after high school. College Is Not Mandatory: A Parent's Guide To Navigating The Options Available To Our Kids After High School gives parents and educators the tools to introduce and discuss the available options so their teen can step confidently into their future.
Resource your staff and share this book with the parents of your students and end the madness of post-high school planning.