Resources for Teens

I have a couple of resources for high schoolers that I’ve been learning about and will be sharing with you in the coming months. They both have costs; there are just some things we can’t get for free.  The first one I’ll be sharing about is a company called Hire Cause.

They mentor kids through a project where they work with a local business to raise money for the charity of their choice.

I think this program could really have a long-term impact on kids who participate and see their project through.

Easy Peasy kids get their lowest prices! You can read about it below and on our site on the new Teen Resources page.

Career Preparation With a “Hire Cause”

What do your children want to be when they grow up? Whatever their dream, there are professional skills, which if they develop, have the power to propel them forward in the direction of their dreams.

The challenge is that these professional skills cannot be learned in any classroom, and overworked managers are too busy to teach them in any internship. That’s why so many interns are getting coffee and stapling papers for stressed out supervisors.

What if there was a fun way to develop the professional skills your children needed to pursue their dreams? What if they had a supportive community of peers and mentors helping them along the way? And what if they could develop these skills through projects that had a positive impact on their community?

If you want your children to do well by doing good and grow their skill sets through giving back to their community, then I recommend they apply to the Hire Cause program here. This career prep program is refreshingly unique and powerful. Financial scholarships are also available (and promised to you if you apply in the next few weeks).

See the details on our site. https://allinonehighschool.com/resources-for-your-teens/

2 thoughts on “Resources for Teens

  1. Maryam November 21, 2018 / 5:11 pm

    This is a fantastic opportunity.

    Even though it seems pricey, it’s a huge investment in the long run.

    Thanks for sharing.

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