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November 30th 2016:Starting Your Career Off Right: Work with a Youth Career Coach

College students and their families often spend a small fortune investing in education, with the intention of giving the loved one a good start and base on which to launch a successful career. Yet, having a clear career path and strategic approach to building a college curriculum and career plan is lacking for many college-bound students. Worse, many soon-to-graduate seniors still have no idea what kind of work they might ideally pursue, despite graduating with a major. Employing the advice and counsel from a youth career coach is a direction more and more families are using to give their yout

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Natascha Saunders

Natascha F. Saunders is CEO/Founder of The Youth Career Coach Inc. and has a mission to prepare the next generation of young professionals for success through career and leadership development training. Natascha currently serves as: MBA Faculty at Trinity Washington University, Leadership Faculty at Northeastern University, Consultant at The MBA Exchange, Scholar Interviewer at The Journal of Negro Education, and Senior Fellow at the American Leadership and Policy Foundation. Certified in Career Coaching by PARW/CC, Natascha earned a bachelor's degree from UMASS Amherst, an MBA from Johnson and Wales University, a Master's in Leadership and is currently a Doctoral Candidate in Organization
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