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Escalate!

Helping students reach their goals.

Our Escalate! program is designed specifically for higher education, to help increase career development for students. We know Career Services is overworked, understaffed and not able to do it all. Let us continue where they leave off. We offer a system that prepares students not only for their first job but how to advance in their careers.

Modules

The Escalate program is a modular based system designed to focus on certain aspects of the career development path. From the Frist time Office experience to chartering your first promotion we have modules to help your students grow. Schools are able to choose between the modules in our packaged deals.

Workshops

We offer workshops by experienced career coaches that help inspire students to choose a career path, discuss action planning for career success and more.

Testimonial

VJ Niles is a premier member of GSB 360 Network and valued partner of the Touro College Graduate School of Business. She is a true professional, visionary and innovator. Her experience, ethics, leadership and natural presentation skills combine to create the great Career Coach that she is. VJ's "Take Action in Your Career," presentation is extremely informative for professionals who are looking expand their careers.. I strongly recommend VJ to anyone looking to get their professional life headed in the right direction. -Kevin McCorry, Co-Director of GSB 360 Network Touro College

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Career Topics

Action Planning for Career Success

Setting career goals and creating an action plan are vital to a job seeker’s success. This workshop is designed to take participants through a step by step process of creating goals and an action plan. Participants will leave with the tools they need to find their next employment opportunity.

Find Your Passion, Find your Purpose

For career changers or people new to the work force, trying to find a job is hard but figuring out your passion is essential. This workshop is designed to help people figure out their passion and then plot a career path based on that. Live your purpose not the one society claims you need.