Unleashing Passion, Purpose, and Performance
At TFS Results, we share and support your passion for making a difference in education and workforce development. We understand the challenges that lie ahead—and we’re ready for them. Educators, employers, and parents nationwide are leveraging our inspiring keynotes, proven strategies, and innovative tools to open new doors, increase organizational morale, and drive significant and long-lasting results for their students and communities. Today’s young people are capable of tremendous passion, purpose, and performance. All we have to do is unleash it.
Mark C. Perna is an award-winning author, professional keynote speaker, and TFS Results founder and CEO. For over 25 years, Mark has traveled North America empowering educators and employers to unleash the tremendous potential of today’s young people, both in the classroom and on the job. Discover how he can shift your paradigm.
Experience the Career Tree, the first generationally focused solution for students to set purpose-driven career and lifestyle goals. In both the classroom and community, this groundbreaking tool is changing how people think about education and careers. Discover how the Career Tree can help you deliver a dynamic competitive advantage to every student.
Enrollment & Retention
Expand your vision for future growth with our powerful enrollment and retention strategic planning process. Through our consulting and coaching services, creative resources, and proprietary online enrollment system EnrollTrack, you’ll retain significantly more students through completion—making a bigger impact in student performance metrics.
Our Clients Include
Education with Purpose & Employment with Passion
To thrive in a rapidly changing world, young people need a dynamic competitive advantage in their education and career journey. Unify and empower your organization and stakeholders to deliver this advantage through the Education with Purpose & Employment with Passion movement. It’s time to shift the paradigm in education, workforce, and economic development—and make students career ready, period.
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