Don't Go Through This Curriculum, or Life, Without Guidance
What is a Sherpa? Watch the video below to find out!
You will keep track of all you learn about yourself then upload it to OKCareerGuide.
Nate will help you plan a virtual camping trip! Discovery cool places nearby!
You will make your own website!
We will help you prepare for the future.
We will help you line out a budget for your future career path.
Determine a plan to help others.
How to make the most of what you earn!
Lukla is the most dangerous airport in the world!
Can you locate it on your google map?
You may be surprised!...
"Is that with or without all the gear and training I would need to make it to the top?"
If you are going to be spending a lot of time at work, it would be good if you liked it.
It’s important to feel at least somewhat happy and comfortable in the job you spend the majority of your waking hours performing. This career exploration unit will help you find what you love and what makes you come alive. Observe yourself as you work through the units. Which things do you catch yourself wanting to learn more about? If you can figure out what you would like to do with your life now, you will be ahead.
My boss keeps ratcheting up the hours that have to be worked and it has reached the point where I would rather do anything than go to work. The problem is that I can’t quit: I have a family and so much debt that if I were to quit my job, the foreclosure and repossession wouldn’t be far behind. What can I do?
If you get in a job you hate and have a lot of debt, you can become stuck!
So let's explore now the world around us! What would you enjoy learning about?
Were is your wonder?
"We would not survive without trees!"
Locate on your newly created google map both the closest city park and forest near you? Just like Mt Everest, if you will look in these spaces of nature with open eyes and a heart to discover, you will find wonder!
I love my career, and what I get to do every day!
I had to save to become independent. It was worth it and not too hard.
Connecting with nature is inspiring.
You can learn a lot with a few good questions.