Teachers are the most burned-out employees in America. How can we give them what they need most?
Not many classes ask kids how they want to live. We can change that by making career exploration about their lifestyle, not just their job.
A new study reveals the hopes and fears of students and parents about the upcoming school year.
Academic methods aside, these attitudes can help us to help students.
The Career Tree Professional Skills Score creates value not just for the students’ educational experience, but also for their future employability.
“The Career Tree is an enormous symbol of hope, thoughtful ideas and the love of children in your care.”
Even in one of the toughest years we’ve ever experienced, there’s always something to be thankful for.
The Career Tree shows prospective students and parents the real-life, real-time aspirations of your current students. And that’s compelling.
We have ten days and one chance to convince them that our programs are awesome gateways to a desirable lifestyle where they can have amazing experiences.
As educators, workforce development trainers, employers, and parents, we need to help young people know what they don’t know.