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We believe

We believe that all students should have an opportunity to think about life after high school in a fun, inspiring way.  Seeing a variety of industries, roles, educational levels, and definitions of  “success” helps students have a larger perspective on life as they think about their future.

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Building awareness.

Career Tours is a unique and engaging opportunity for high school students to go together on field trips and visit a variety of work sites. Students hear firsthand from the professionals who do these jobs every day, learn about possibilities they have not considered, and get guidance on their next steps.


Engage. Learn. Consider.

See many different sectors. Learn about the various roles, functions, and environments in different fields. Consider possibilities you might not have thought of before. 

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Jennifer Landis-Santos, MA CCC

Jennifer is a well-being coach with a background in career counseling and working with youth and families. She has spent the past fifteen years supporting a wide range of human being development efforts for students, professionals, and leaders. She co-authored several works on youth and career development including Beyond Assessment: Preparing Students for Life After High School, Hispanics: Majors and Earnings, and African Americans: Majors and Earnings when she worked at the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce.



Kathryn Rice is the founder of Grow Career Coaching, a career consulting company specializing in helping people find optimal career paths using their unique talents and personal interests. She is a Pathfinders Aptitude Specialist, has extensive training in career assessment and coaching as well as multiple certifications in the Myers-Briggs Step II Instrument. She is a certified Career Development Facilitator and a member of the National Career Development Association.