College is no joke.
It's too expensive to just 'wing it' and hope for the best.
Do you want to make the most of your college experience?
Do you want to stand out from the crowd?
Don't just be another graduate, saddled with debt and an entry level job.
Stop gambling on your future, invest in it!
We all know, that being talented or hard working is not enough.
What sets so many successful people apart is that they have the so-called 'soft-skills' to leverage their talent and their hard work, into opportunity.
Opportunity doesn't actually knock.
It needs to be cultivated.
After more than 15 years of being in the legal profession and in higher education, I noticed that both college students and young professionals lacked a lot of the interpersonal and entry level professional skills that were taken for granted decades ago.
As a result, far too many squandered opportunities, or simply lacked the tools to leverage their talents to build meaningful professional relationships or networks.
I was the first person in my family to get a college education.
I had no professional mentors or guidance until I found my first mentor in my mid-twenties and that delay cost me.
It cost me time.
It cost me money.
It meant I missed out on on countless opportunities.
After I realized what I was missing, I began to cultivate a system that has allowed me to cultivate a real and meaningful network that taken me all over the world.
Even at the best colleges schools, your student won't get the kind of personalized, tailored guidance of a mentor.
College career counsellors, do a great job, but they cannot give your student the level of assistance, mentoring and guidance they really need.
At PreLawPro, we accept a very small number of students each year to insure they get the care, guidance and mentoring they need, but cannot get at any college.
You've given your student the raw material, let us give them the tools to make it count!
Considering a legal career, but still have questions?
In our Pre-Law Explorer package you will learn how to:
- Explore and understand what lawyers do;
- Appreciate the range of practice areas and work environments that exist, and which one might work for you;
- Remedy GPA issues;
- Build a meaningful resume;
- Create and foster a network;
- Make the most of college as you prepare for law school; and
- Ensure that you are the strongest possible applicant for law school