1028 Helios Ave.
CareerTHINK is a career design company specializes in helping students and young adults find a career they love then “market” themselves to land their dream job(s).
We have created a 5-step process that comes from years of researching people who love their careers. We believe that most students have ‘Catfish Syndrome’ which is a reactive approach to career planning best characterized by ‘bumping into things’ as they move through school. Our goal is a more proactive approach to help students identify their unique characteristics (The Whole Person), explore careers then find mentors and build champions to position their career for success. We utilize a mixture of assessments (with the Highland’s Ability Battery as the backbone), activities, worksheets, teaching and coaching to help our clients make the best career decisions. CareerTHINK has also developed a number of DIY or self-directed guides to work through the process, so whether with our coaches, on your own or somewhere in between, we help live the perfect career.
Hermann Schulze has 18 years of experience working with students and young adults. He began career with Eagle “U” a high school and college student leadership program. He was the Executive Director for 8 years where Hermann led conferences throughout the U.S. Canada at places like Pepperdine University, Cornell, Washington University and Georgetown to name a few. He spent 12 years as a national speaker and trainer for Monster Worldwide Inc’s program “Making It Count” (2003 – 2012) where he spoke to more than 500,000 high school and college students around the U.S. He founded CareerTHINK coaching & career design in 2003 where he continues to work with students and 20’ Somethings. His years of working with students and mentors have led him to create a 5-step process illustrated in his soon to be published book and workbook for students.
Education and Certifications:
Humanities Degree from the University of Louisiana; Certified Career Coaching; Highland’s Ability Battery; About U from Birkman