Middle School (6th-8th grade) students will use the structured approach to define themselves, determine their aptitude, uncover their passion, inventory family resources, and establish good work habits.
Underclassmen (9th-11th graders) develop a plan for high school, engage in resume-building activities (academic courses, extracurricular activities, leadership opportunities, volunteer opportunities), identify of up to 10 colleges which align with their ambitions and aptitude, establish correspondent relationship with preferred schools, and secure letters of recommendation.
Seniors (12th graders) will use the structured approach to finalize their college list, create their academic resume, refine their college essay, complete college application process, and identify additional scholarship funding.
CRFT enlists volunteer career professionals, vocational experts, college planning advisors, and interested parents to collaborate on mentoring students through career and college planning. CRFT leverages proven techniques, protocols and planning activities that empower its volunteers in providing relevant advice, insight, and guidance.
Each student will need internet access to complete the web-based exercises.
CRFT requires a monthly 6 hour commitment, September through May. Students meet once a month with their peers to complete and review exercises.
Cost: annual subscription of $210
Chapter Requirements (15-50 Students, Volunteer Facilitator, 1 Volunteer Proctor for every 5 Students)
Students will access CRFT activities on a digital platform at a time most convenient for them. They will meet virtually or on-site to discuss how the activity results impact their career and college plan.