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Career Planning

Covid-19 has proven to be one of the most disruptive forces the United States has ever endured, leaving an indelible mark on our economy and way of life in ways few other forces have. 

Businesses big and small, governments, and academic institutions over night became distance employers.  Though profoundly disrupted, employers have no doubt taken notice that the possibility of eliminating brick and mortar costs from their bottom line may mean increased profit potential. The workforce of 2020 must come to terms with a new way of participating in the economy.  


A Young Women's Guide to Career Planning is a pilot program designed by She's Going Places Inc. in conjunction with Los Angeles Trade Tech to help high school students explore the fundamental concepts of career planning by engaging in an eight-week personal exploration curriculum that invites participants to look inward and pose questions that will help them connect with their passions and career aspirations.

“Remote work is going to increase dramatically”
- Isabel Sawhill, Brookings Institute 
Before the pandemic, less than 4% of American employees worked from home full time.
- Brookings Institute
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