It’s tempting to think that life after college might not involve writing papers, doing math, or academic reading, but the reality is that “adult life” involves many of these undertakings and more. You may not have to put together a 20-page research paper on the birds in the Galapagos Islands, but you could be in a position to write a cover letter to a potential employer. You may not have to calculate derivatives of functions, but you might have to re-learn algebra and geometry to take the standardized test for graduate school applications. And you may not have to read any more historical textbooks, but you might have to study Supreme Court cases in preparation for law school.
These are just some of the college-like tasks that crop up in adulthood. If these or other tasks are stymying you, Next Level instructors can help.
Preparing for the Job Market
We can assist with the critical job application process:
Applying to Graduate School
It’s not exactly like applying to undergraduate school, and the differences are important. Next Level knows how to negotiate this new terrain. We help adults:
Next Level Learning also has expertise helping graduates identify and apply for job-related internships or secure positions in nonprofit organizations.
Next Level Learning has decades of experience working with all kinds of people and a wide range of tasks. If you have an unusual request for support, we will be able to help. And if it’s not something we’ve worked with before, we will help sort through the requirements of the objective and determine the ideal way to proceed.