Coaching is a purposeful conversation focused on you, your goals and how you can achieve them.
Coaching is not therapy. It is not a casual chat.
Talk to a coach if you are …
- adjusting to college life - whether you're coming from high school or returning from a break
- choosing or changing a major
- struggling with time management
- adjusting to new responsibilities
- planning your transfer to a four-year school
- coping with financial circumstances
- processing a discovery
- looking for someone to listen without judgment, shame, agenda or blame
The Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of Project You
- What? Coaching is a conversation. You bring the dreams, concerns and ambitions. The coach brings listening and plenty of questions.
- When? Make an appointment according to your schedule. Meet for just a few times or regularly, whatever works for you.
- Where? You decide on the location – possibly in the coach’s office or café, on the phone, or in the virtual land of e-mail or Facebook chat. Texting or tweeting might be a stretch.
- Why? Do it because it’s your life. Enough said?
- How? Apply online. If you prefer to print and complete the application, drop it in our mailbox outside K 216. Paper applications are also available in K216. Once we receive your application, a coach will call or e-mail you within a few days.
- Who? You. For once, it is all about you - in the best of ways.
Currently enrolled credit students can start taking advantage of this free service by completing the online application or stopping by the Student Life Office (A118), Student Affairs Office (A102) or K216 office lobby and complete the application in the Project You brochure. Submit the completed print application to Project You in K216. A coach will contact you within one week.
For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Live your best life. Be your best self. A coach can help.