The average college student will change their major at least three times. While there’s nothing wrong with a little self-discovery, we strongly believe in the power of pre-planning. We provide career assessments in high school to help your students uncover what careers play to their strengths.
- Employment options
Taking a career assessment in high school will help your student narrow in on what they are looking for in a college as well as their area of study. They can figure out what profession and salary ranges match their goals. By first discovering what careers match your students interests and their strengths we can help develop a plan to get them there. At Ducerus we believe having a plan and process is KEY!
What to expect at our free workshops?
By offering the community free in-person 75-minute workshops, we have become a trusted extension of education professionals, in particular, high school counselors. We expand on the advice they provide your students, thus preparing them further for college applications. Topics covered include:
Send Your Children to Their Dream School No Matter Your Income.
How to send your child to their dream school… without getting trapped in a financial nightmare of high rate, high payment, and massive debt.
How to double, or in some cases triple, your eligibility for FREE grant money.
How to double, or in some cases triple, your eligibility for FREE grant money as well as mistakes to avoid when applying for FAFSA, grants, scholarships or loans.
Discover the Five Greatest Myths about College Planning.
The 5 greatest myths about planning for college – and why listening to other parents or a guidance counselor could cost you big time.
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Every Student Deserves A Chance!
Our philosophy at Ducerus is that every student deserves the chance to attend college. For over twenty years, our staff has worked to make this a reality for many families. We not only offer personalized solutions, but help you implement them as well. From FAFSA forms to college essays, we’re with you every step of the journey both before and during college.