Centerpoint Institute, like most non-profits, is dependent on volunteers in order to have the man power to continue with the mission, which is: “Providing lifelong tools to navigate uncertainty, build meaningful careers, and design courageous lives”. Our faculty, incredible counselors and wonderful Board of Directors, rely on the time served by our volunteers. It is a privilege of mine to continue to meet such individuals, and be apart of their lives for a block of time. Mostly, our volunteers come to us as clients who need help paying their program tuition. Spending time supporting our front office operation is good for them, and us! It’s an ideal partnership. Every once in awhile I also get the ultimate gift- an Intern! I introduce to you to Shoko, our UW International Student visiting us from Japan! She will be with Centerpoint through March and is looking forward to meeting you!
If you are interested in learning more about volunteering at Centerpoint (for tuition reduction or just because!) please email me for more information.
- Navigating Change: Evening Session January 20 & 21 6:15-9:15pm. Day SessionJanuary 30th 9:30am-4:30pm.
- Passion Search: Groups begin Saturday January 9th (one seat left), and Tuesday January 26th (one seat left).
- Retreat! Facilitated by Founder, Carol Vecchio. Space limited! January 26th-30th.
- Childhood Clues: For parents of young adults, or anyone working with that population, is scheduled for February 24th.
It’s a new year – now is the time to find your best self once again.
Renew your interest, energy, and passion.
Reconnect with fellow Centerpoint Institute alumni and facilitators.
Rediscover your path and find new ways to put your dreams to work.
Make 2016 about you.
Passion Search and/or Navigating Change class at 15% off
Bring a friend or family member and they will get 10% off
For those who have attended an Introductory Session/Orientation only, we have an offer for you as well! Recommend a friend or family member, and you both will get 5% off any service!
Starting From the Source
“A journey of one thousand miles must begin with a single step”.
“More Than Their Mothers, Young Women Plan Career Pauses” by Claire Cain Miller/NY Times“Picked the Wrong Career? This Five-Year Plan Could Help” by Kate Ashford/BBC.com
“16 Career-Boosting Lists To Make in 2016” by Adrian Granzella Larssen/The Muse
“For True Freedom, Learn To Deal With Uncertainty” by Carl Richards/NY Times
“13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do” by Business Insider