1. Where are your children in their education journey?
My kids are in elementary school.
My kids are in middle school.
I have a child in the first two years of high school.
I have a child in their last two years of high school.
My child has graduated highschool and is working.
My child is in college or similar.
I do not have children in school at this time.
2. If your children are school aged, which best describes them?
My child knows what their interests and/or what their skills/talents are.
My child does not know show a particular focused interest.
My child knows exactly what they want to do when they grow up.
My child is looking for career ideas.
3. Which best describes your concerns.
My child does not show a focused interest in a particular area and has no idea what they want to do.
My child show an interest in an area that may not be very lucrative.
My child knows what they are good at but doesn’t know what to study.
My child has an area of interest but doesn’t know what school to go to.
My child has interests but doesn’t know how to turn them into a career.
I have no concerns.
4. How do you struggle most in helping your child?
I don’t know where to start or how to help my child figure out what they want to do.
I know nothing about their area of interest and don’t know how to advise them.
I have trouble motivating my child to think about these things.
I worry that my child’s interests won’t financially support them.
My child wants to do something I know a lot about and I feel confident in helping them reach their goals.
5. Which of these is most important to you in regards to your child's future.
I want my child to make lots of money.
I want my child to be highly respected in their field.
I want my child will be financially secure while having a sense of work/life balance.
I want my child to live a healthy and fit lifestyle.
I want my child to have positive personal and professional relationships.
I want my child to live a thriving, fulfilling life, whatever that means to them.
Why do you feel that way?
6. What would be the most helpful to you?
A coach or mentor to walk my child through a self and career exploration process, who excites them about their future, and helps them design a clear path forward.
A self and career exploration group class so my child can go through the process with peers.
A career exploration program that I can guide my child through.
A program in my child’s school that thoroughly walks students through career exploration and college preparation.
7. Have you received any guidance or resources from your school, place of worship, or any kind of community group? If so, what kind of resources or guidance did you receive and did you find them helpful?
8. What did I not ask you that you think I should know?
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