This life coaching program teaches today’s youth to develop skills that are often overlooked: life skills. These are important non-academic skills that help students navigate their way through college and excel in the real world. Through the ETA program, students will learn how to holistically manage their lives in a healthy, successful way.

Week 1: What is Self-awareness?
Week 2: Worldviews & Personalities
Week 3: How Do I Take Care of Myself?
Week 4: Developing Effective Communication
Week 5: Thinking Critically: Responsible Information Consumption
Week 6: Diversity and Professionalism
Week 7: Presentations, Professionalism Pt. 2
Week 8: Finances & Open Q&AWe are all on a journey, on our way to reaching our destination. The reality is that this journey continues for our entire lives. In a rapidly changing society, how do we navigate it all?


• Age 16-21 (11th/12th grade, or enrolled college student)
• Commitment to the program’s required coursework
• Personal laptop & Gmail accoun
• Complete an interest letter: 400-500 words, responding to the following prompt: Define “life skills.” According to your definition of “life skills,” how do you feel you can develop this (these)?

Time: 6/16 – 8/4 (8 weeks Saturday)9am – 3pm (lunch provided)
Fee: $350 tuition$25 registration
Location: Herald Family Center715 E. Mission Rd., San Gabriel, CA 91776

For inquiry and registration, please call (626) 281-280, or email us at [email protected]

This program is neither endorsed nor sponsored by the flyer distribution organization. The distribution of this material is provided as a community service. Herald Family Center is an non-profit organization. Our non-profit number is 13-3156738.

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