A young person's personal and professional success is often linked to their long-term life-planning capabilities. They'll tend to be more successful the sooner they can
answer these two questions:
Who do I want to be and where do I want to go in the future?
What is the path I have to take to fulfill my goals?
Deciding on a course for your dreams requires support.
Our online Life Project tool guides young people through a sequence of practical and motivational exercises which will help them get to know themselves better and build their own plan to make their future goals a reality.
Learn more about how it works in this 1 minute video.
The Life Project tool helps young people between the ages of 14 to 18 years old to:
Know their identity, skills, and natural strengths
Identify and mature their dreams and long term goals
Define an academic and professional plan to fulfill their goals
No, this tool is aimed to help young people to develop a life plan, building both an academic and profissional path to achieve their dreams and future goals.
The tool guides young people through active learning methodologies based on three pillars: self-awareness techniques, design thinking and practical methods of investigation like case studies, observations and interviews.
Yes, you can have real-time access to the your teen’s work and you will also receive a report when the project is complete.
Yes. Usually doubts about which academic or professional path to choose arise between 9th and 12th grade. However, this tool can be used for any person who wants to build a plan to achieve their life goals.
No, the Life Project works 100% online. It can be used through any device with internet access, being it a computer, tablet or even a smartphone.
The tool profoundly helped me deciding on which area to pursue in High School. More than that it helped me better understand what I want to become as a professional.
I felt increased security in my daughter regarding her academic options.
The Life Project tool revealed itself as an essential part of the self-discovery process for young students, helping them better defining their future academic and professional path.
Carla Dias da Costa
Educational and Clinical Psychotherapist