“That was more career education than I received in 4 years of college.” Danielle noted as we ended her first meeting at Career Counseling Connecticut.
I am a product and a fan of liberal arts education. The virtues of learning from the Great Books and different disciplines are many. But most of Career Counseling Connecticut’s recent college graduate clients who emerged from college without a career path are uneducated about the work world.
My next book is focused on guidance for parents who want to help their twentysomethings navigate the work world. One of the lessons: college does not educate students on career paths. That’s where Career Counseling Connecticut can help.