Greta Oliver Consulting provides seminar courses to small groups and individuals in areas related to transition, personal development, diversity education, and career exploration. Training can be provided at your choice of venue. If you need help, call or email today! 

Courses start at $150 per hr.

C100     College Search

Students will learn how to research different colleges, to navigate the college websites and be walked through the application process to gain access to higher education.

 

Audience: Prospective college students and family members

 

Required Textbook:  COLLEGE ROADMAP: ESSENTIAL TIPS FOR FIRST-TIME COLLEGE STUDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES

C102     Learning and Study Strategies

Students will take advantage of different techniques that will enable them to organize themselves, establish priorities, identify how they learn best and develop and implement study strategies that will aid in memorization and recall of important information resulting in academic success.

 

Audience: Prospective or current college students

C200     Career Exploration

Through the use of a paper or online assessment, students will be made aware of the type of job for which they are best suited. Using assessment information, students will be guided through the steps to find the job that matches their skill set, be taught how to prepare a cover letter, resume, and other important job search strategies.

 

Audience: Prospective employees

C202     Resume Revamp

Students will submit a current resume to be reviewed and updated for a specific position or for general use.

 

Audience: Prospective employees

C101     Transitional Strategies/Freshmen 101

How to survive your first year of college.

Students will be taught tips that will enable them to most successfully navigate their transition from high school to college.

 

Audience: College students

 

Required Textbook:  COLLEGE ROADMAP: ESSENTIAL TIPS FOR FIRST-TIME COLLEGE STUDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES

C103     Using your College Roadmap Book

Students and parents will explore the techniques of working through the book in preparation for beginning their college journey.

 

Audience: College students and family members.

 

Required Textbook:  COLLEGE ROADMAP: ESSENTIAL TIPS FOR FIRST-TIME COLLEGE STUDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES

C201     Resume Development

Students will be taught how to develop a resume that showcases their skills and experience from start to finish.

 

Audience: Prospective employees

C203     Technology and the Job Search Process

Working individually with students regarding job search techniques including resume and cover letter development, students will utilize the computer and establish an individual database of follow up, putting theory into practice.

 

Audience: Prospective employees

C204     Interview Skills

Students will be taught the art of interviewing and how to present themselves in their most positive light during the job search.

 

Audience: Prospective employees