• Millennials, who are currently between the ages of 24 and 38, may be the group hit hardest by the economic turmoil of the pandemic.
  • According to Pew Research Center, 35% of Americans between ages 18 and 29, and 30% of those between ages 30 and 49 say they, or someone in their household, has lost their job. 
  • Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics also indicates that among those who are unemployed, millennials are facing longer stretches of joblessness. - CNBC
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Millennial Launchpad is a virtual 4-week career-support program that creates and empowers a strategic and unique partnership between a parent and their career-impacted millennial.

 Four-week session is being offered at no cost for a limited time and for a limited number of registered participants. 

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Program Highlights

The program’s uniqueness is the active partnership between the millennial and their parent (or other supporter) to craft and begin executing a career plan during and after the pandemic.

Four-week program, via live Zoom meeting, begins Monday, May 3.

Live weekly (Monday) workshop session is 90-minutes. 7:00 to 8:30pm EST.

A new four-week session begins the first Monday of each month (Note: The program will take an occasional hiatus)

Millennial and parent work together to build a millennial career plan, with support and feedback from other participant teams.

Program includes exclusive membership in the private Millennial Launchpad Facebook Group to share progress and challenges, and encourage each other.

Participant team to include one millennial and one parent (or other supporter).

Registration for each program participant is required. See link below.

To register for Millennial Launchpad for the limited time offer of no fee, click the below.

No Cost Registration!