Careers Matter: Transforming Teenagers into Confident Graduates

Careers Matter: Transforming Teenagers into Confident Graduates

Thursday 19 September 2019, 7:30pm—9:00pm

Helping teenagers to move into the world of work or tertiary studies can be a stressful, uncertain time for their parents. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Guiding your teenager to find their purpose in the world of work, embrace their uniqueness and get excited about a career is possible, with practical strategies and up-to-date information reducing the confrontation involved in answering the “What are doing after high school?” question that inevitably comes.



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Navigating high school and NCEA is a challenge for teenagers, and helping them to move into the world of work or tertiary studies can be a stressful, uncertain time for their parents. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Guiding your teenager to find their purpose in the world of work, embrace their uniqueness and get excited about a career is possible, with practical strategies and up-to-date information that reduces the confrontation involved in answering the “What are doing after high school?” question that inevitably comes.
Suits parents of: Teens/NCEA students

Tracey Beard – Career Matters
7.30pm – 9pm
Queenspark Baptist Church, 180 Queenspark Drive
Hosted by Queenspark Community Trust
$10.00

TRACEY BEARD – Career Matters
Tracey Beard is a Career Expert, Strategist and Coach who focuses on helping students and young adults aged 16-25 years to progress from high school to a career that makes them happy! She is changing the way that parents and young adults approach the career exploration process, using contemporary online tools and powerful coaching that challenges old paradigms and advocates for the child. Having taken 15 years to find her ‘why’ in the world of work and being a parent of young adults herself, she knows the challenges that parents and young adults face in making good decisions about career and study options beyond high school. Tracey has coached more than 3000 students across New Zealand and her work has featured in the Latitude Magazine and Northern Outlook newspaper, leading to a Professional Services Award in the North Canterbury Business Awards. Tracey believes that knowledge is power, and when you know better you do better, so she is passionate about ensuring that young adults build their awareness of themselves, so they can do great work!

Parklands Baptist
Christchurch, New Zealand

Address: 180 Queenspark Drive, Parklands
Christchurch
Canterbury