What value does the counselor bring to the family?
Teambuilder – Facilitator
An investment in the advanced and selective Education options by the parent goes beyond the basic educational duty: it is an independent choice in the future of their children.
This choice arises from the awareness that:
careers are not improvised, as they were in the past;
each child has an INDIVIDUAL path.
Family + Counselor
Understanding potentials – Mediating between parent-child expectations.
Learn more about the process and opportunities that the different educational systems offer and choose the one that best suits your child.
Actively participate in the choice and study and career path.
What value does the counselor bring to the student?
Academic Strategist, Career Architect, Program Manager
The “time” factor is essential. THE STUDENT CAN COUNT IN THE DECISIVE YEARS OF HIS ACADEMIC CAREER ON A PROFESSIONAL FIGURE OF REFERENCE.
Certain educational paths start from afar and take time:
Develop the Choice Capacity, starting from 12-13 years: along the way, you discover that some choices become irreversible (being able to document certain experiences, have the required certificates, have had clear ideas without second thoughts, or have corrected the route in time)
Learn to manage deadlines
Collect your “results” systematically and check your shortfalls
Student + Counselor
Vision and inspiration;
guide and clarification;
support in planning and verifying results based on an objective that is perhaps confusing at the beginning, but which, step by step, becomes clearer, times for verification and the need for a quick change;
concrete help with admission procedures
What does a counselor offer?
PASSION: to contribute to the creation of an independent person because he/she has worked hard but with a personal realization plan
EXPERIENCE as educators, managers and parents,
What it does NOT offer
It does NOT replace the student’s commitments (for example: we do NOT write essays for the student!)