Sarah Collette loves working with teenagers.
Truthfully, this is not something most adults would say on a daily basis, but working with youth has been Sarah’s life for the last 8+ years. Through the use of humor and storytelling, she opens young minds to receive wisdom, inspiration, and concrete action steps to embrace (and improve) their unique selves.
Audience: Teenagers and Young Adults
This message focuses on self-esteem and creating unshakeable self-confidence the hard way—by embracing life’s obstacles, mistakes, and failures. Failure can be a powerful tool for self-improvement if one is willing to take the risk.
Audience: High School Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors & their Parents
Do you have students who are college-bound, on the fence, or have flat out decided not to pursue higher education? This presentation takes a thorough, objective look at this critical decision-making process. With over 8 years of experience working with high school youth, including her role as Executive Director of the Princeton Review in St. Louis, Sarah has a lot to say about the college admissions process.