SUMMER CAMP INCLUDES:
monday july 9 - thursday july 12: Arlington (Clarendon metro)
monday July 30 - thursday August 2: Annandale (meet at hope lutheran church - respectfully open to students of all faith traditions)
Cost: $325 for the four day session - Scholarships available from Hope Lutheran Church - please email hello @ tourcareers.com and let us know what your family can afford to pay. We do not want to turn students away!
eight+ site visits (Locations still being finalized)
Arlington session: Healthcare, NASA, Architecture, Diplomacy, Psychology, Marketing, and more!
Annandale session: Journalism, Arts, Technology, Law Enforcement, Social Work, Veterinary medicine, Healthcare, and more!
putting the pieces of "career" (work + LIfe) together
To wrap everything up, we will have an inspiring workshop to discuss the different roles we've seen, the various definitions of success, and students will have the opportunity to think about their strengths. Location: GW's Graduate Education Center in Alexandria.
SESSION Cost: $325
yeah, we know camps are supposed to be fun
One of the things the 2017 participants were worried about before coming was that it was going to be boring or stressful. Our days are not long and we are received by cool people, find good food, and have fun on the road.
FALL "CHOOSE YOUR SITES" SESSION INCLUDES:
tuesdays and thursdays: October - december 2018 in arlington
pick from a variety of options
After enrolling, we will send a list of options and dates to students to choose sites on a first come, first serve basis. The sites will be firmed up by August 1, 2018. For scheduling purposes visits will be on Mondays and Fridays.
two sessions of group career counseling
Students will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of formal and informal career assessments and help them understand and communicate their strengths, goals, and definitions of success.
CALL FOR PRICING
receive a 30 page customized report
For ages 15+, The Highlands Ability Battery focuses on the "Whole Person Model" and helps students confirm or discover their natural talents, aligning them with work roles, functions, and fields.