I have two teenagers in high school. I had this perfect plan to help them explore new opportunities and career aspirations. Each week, they would pick a “career” to check out, google, and share. At dinner, we’d discuss what they picked, learned, and if it they were interested in exploring further. You’re a parent trying to figure out how to help your teenager begin thinking about his/her future. They haven’t expressed any one passionate path. They’re not like a contestant on the Voice who knew from an early age that they always wanted to be a singer.
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