Is Your Grade 11 Or 12 Thinking About What To Do After Matric?
WE HAVE SOMETHING THAT MIGHT HELP
The university race is becoming more and more competitive. Those kids that don’t get accepted – and there are many, many who don’t – take the rejection especially hard. This is why most career counsellors, and wise women like Vanessa Raphaely, offer the same advice every year – have a Plan A, and work towards it, but also ensure you have a Plan B and C and sometimes even D, in the background.
Unfortunately, there is a dearth of information on the alternative B, C and D options, and too many schools do not do enough to open our children’s eyes to the opportunities beyond traditional, public universities
This is where our special Feature – Post Matric Options Part 1 – can help. Not all our children are destined to study at university. From speaking to parents and kids, career counsellors, life coaches and psychologists. From listening to The Village. There truly is something out there for everyone. Sometimes it just takes a little longer to find the right path. Read our latest publication to start those wheels turning for Post-Matric Options for your teens.
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