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    No matter what better job I may have in the future, mentoring young adults is something that I want to be doing. It's something I lacked, I believe a lot more other motivated youths lack, and guidance to them is something valuable I want to give. What do you guys think are good jobs that give access to those that have finished high school and are considering where they will take their aspirations? I'm also interested in hearing the jobs that I wouldn't normally consider for this. Thanks!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtsincloset View Post
    No matter what better job I may have in the future, mentoring young adults is something that I want to be doing. It's something I lacked, I believe a lot more other motivated youths lack, and guidance to them is something valuable I want to give. What do you guys think are good jobs that give access to those that have finished high school and are considering where they will take their aspirations? I'm also interested in hearing the jobs that I wouldn't normally consider for this. Thanks!
    Considering that young adults that have graduated high school have more liberty to choose who they're exposed to, anything that appeals to their parents before reaching the young adult isn't ideal. Maybe you could request for local high schools and colleges to hang up some posters. You could possibly take the route of a life coach, but there aren't any peers that I know of that see one. Perhaps you could partner with a church to lead a young adult's ministry. The youth aren't so eager to look for help, except for therapists because some of us maladjust or do suffer from problems. You could start your own non-profit organization, or take to YouTube and Twitch to spread your message. Do you do video conferences by the way? Would you be open to a consultation for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OfMythAndMajesty View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Celtsincloset View Post
    No matter what better job I may have in the future, mentoring young adults is something that I want to be doing. It's something I lacked, I believe a lot more other motivated youths lack, and guidance to them is something valuable I want to give. What do you guys think are good jobs that give access to those that have finished high school and are considering where they will take their aspirations? I'm also interested in hearing the jobs that I wouldn't normally consider for this. Thanks!
    Considering that young adults that have graduated high school have more liberty to choose who they're exposed to, anything that appeals to their parents before reaching the young adult isn't ideal. Maybe you could request for local high schools and colleges to hang up some posters. You could possibly take the route of a life coach, but there aren't any peers that I know of that see one. Perhaps you could partner with a church to lead a young adult's ministry. The youth aren't so eager to look for help, except for therapists because some of us maladjust or do suffer from problems. You could start your own non-profit organization, or take to YouTube and Twitch to spread your message. Do you do video conferences by the way? Would you be open to a consultation for me?
    Thanks for your answer. By "anything that appeals to their parents before reaching the young adult isn't ideal."--what do you mean by this? The YouTube stuff seems really interesting, just to get some stuff out there. It might help me have a better idea of where to take this better job...

    I'm open for a consultation, if you want to you could send me a pm, or even a video and I can reply with the same. Otherwise I can do Skype, pm me? It would help me too to see if I really can do such a job, but just so you know I'm yet to be qualified. (But it's free!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtsincloset View Post
    Thanks for your answer. By "anything that appeals to their parents before reaching the young adult isn't ideal."--what do you mean by this? The YouTube stuff seems really interesting, just to get some stuff out there. It might help me have a better idea of where to take this better job...

    I'm open for a consultation, if you want to you could send me a pm, or even a video and I can reply with the same. Otherwise I can do Skype, pm me? It would help me too to see if I really can do such a job, but just so you know I'm yet to be qualified. (But it's free!)
    Deal! I'll PM you some contact info. On the matter of appealing to parents first, it's just that teens are less likely to willingly do things their parents force them into and occasionally even recommend for that matter.

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    You could get a degree geared toward counselor for a school, and volunteer at Big Brother/Big Sister for experience.


     

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