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Paving Your Path What’s Next For High School Graduates Companion Workbook


Do you ever feel like you don’t know what to do after graduation? Do you feel pressure based on what your friends are doing? Are you just going along with no real plan? Or do you wish you could have a mentor to help you navigate what is right for you? Do you want to find your purpose, value, passion, and pathway to determine your destiny upon graduation?

If you answered “YES” to any or all of these questions, then this book is for you!

Paving Your Path book is a practical and time-saving guide to help high school students develop a plan before graduation so they can fulfill their destiny.

For this book to be most effective, the high school student (mentee) should select a mentor and develop a relationship. Together, they will use the book over 30 weeks to determine the right pathway upon graduation and produce a set of deliverables.

Paving Your Path offers a strategic process that capitalizes on the experience of the mentor and includes the uniqueness of a mentee to achieve key results based on collaboratively agreed-upon objectives on their 30-week journey. This book is a companion workbook to “Paving Your Path What’s Next For High School Graduates” book that assists high school seniors in identifying, planning, and getting ready for life and career success.

Own your power so you can:

  • Learn about your choices
  • Engage with your mentor
  • Innovate your education
  • Inspire your future

About Dr. Kim Nugent

As a Marshall Goldsmith Certified Executive Coach, Dr. Kim Nugent is passionate about learning, leadership development, faculty development, and evidence-based coaching and mentoring that drive individual and organizational success.

Kim has a Doctorate in Education from the University of Houston. She also has three Masters Degrees — an M.B.A. from St. Thomas University, an M.S. in Instructional Design and Online Learning from Capella University, and an M.S. in Human Resources Management from Keller Graduate School of Business.