Career Coaching

Career Coaching

Career coaching can be helpful at all points of an individual's life. We work with individuals wanting to explore their interests and how they translate to a career. We also help people learn how to write resumes and cover letters, as well as prepare for interviews. For those wanting to grow in their jobs, or switch to a different career field, we help explore interests and opportunities. Regardless of what your needs are, we work with you in partnership to explore your interests and needs, and help you achieve your goals.

Below you will find information on services specific to the job application process. You will also find resources to begin your career exploration on your own. A big part of a successful career is building a network of people who can guide you, give you feedback, and support you in pursuing your dreams. At any point in the process, know that we are here to help.

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Program Details
2021 Start Date: September 5, 2021
2022 Start Date: January 9, 2022

Job Search & Application Program

The Job Search and Application Program is designed to help reduce the stress and anxiety that comes with applying for jobs.

Program participants meet regularly in small cohorts and in 1:1 sessions with a Thrive coach. Through the program, there will be time spent on how to conduct a job search, identifying professional goals, developing application materials, and identifying networking opportunities and strategies, which will all help inform their job applications.

Custom Career Coaching

Despite the difficult job market as a result of the pandemic, there are jobs out there. The biggest challenge job-seekers are facing as they seek to enter or re-enter the workforce, or pursue a new opportunity, is to be noticed among the many other applicants.

We offer a selection of services to help you manage your job search, strengthen your application materials, prepare for interviews, and improve your confidence in your career aspirations.

Resume & Cover Letter Review - $35

First impressions matter, and you have about 10 seconds to show your best. Your cover letter and resume are the first documents that show employers or networking contacts your ability to write and communicate. They need to shine - be professional, relevant, relevant, and tell your story.

A review includes a 30-minute appointment dedicated to immediate review and feedback on the content and formatting of your documents.

Job Search Strategy - $70

A typical job search takes 4-6 months. Being strategic, organized, and focused can help reduce that time and improve your engagement within your professional network.

Job Search Strategy coaching includes one 60-minute coaching session, during which we will develop a strategy for creating a targeted list of employers, expanding your network, and creating meetings with new connections.

LinkedIn Review - $35

LinkedIn is the professional networking platform. When used to its fullest, it allows you to develop new professional relationships, engage meaningfully in your professional arena, and be ahead of others when it's time to seek a new opportunity.

A LinkedIn review includes a 30-minute appointment dedicated to immediate review of the content and engagement in the platform. (This requires a LinkedIn profile to have already been created.)

Interview Preparation - $70

Interviews, whether informal or formal, play a significant role in building relationships, opening the door to new opportunities, and securing the job you want. Being prepared, having done your research about the industry, and communicating clearly are equally important to moving forward in your career search and development.

Interview Preparation includes a 60-minute appointment dedicated to interviewing skills and a short mock interview.

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Career exploration is for folks of all ages. The job market evolves, as do our interests and priorities in life. Pursuing a career starts with knowing oneself and grows into establishing a vision for your future. Once you've got your vision, you can identify the steps you need to take to share your talents with the world. The process is one of self-reflection, research, and imagining your future. Below you can find some free career tips and resources to get started on your career exploration journey. Let us know how we can help!

Getting to Know Yourself

MyNextMove has a free, online survey sponsored by the US Department of Labor that helps you identify possible careers that match your interests and training. This is connected to the DOL's O*NET Online database of jobs, so it's a good one-stop shop resource. has a free online survey that gives you limited feedback based on the answers to their questions.

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has a free online survey that gives you limited feedback based on the answer to their questions.

The 16 Personalities test also gives you some limited feedback based on your answers.

Researching Careers and Jobs

O*NET Online is a great tool sponsored by the US Department of Labor. You can search for job fields, individual job titles, and more. As you dig deeper, you'll find what kinds of education, training, skills and knowledge are needed for certain positions. You'll also learn about the outlook for that job, pay ranges, and more.


“Thank you so much for your help with my application! You are the most patient, supportive and helpful person in the world! It was amazing having you to lean on during this process. Thank you for all that you do!”

-Sandra B.

“I just wanted to thank you for being so fantastic. You work so hard for all of us, and I really appreciate everything you do. You’ve helped me on countless occasions and helped make my life less stressful!”

-Chelsea N.