Liberated Success centers on the needs of Black students, families, and educators to provide the tools for young adults to have career success. Through workforce development, intentional career exploration activities, experiences, and counseling support, young adults ages 14 - 24 will have the self-determination to make a liberated career choice.
Liberated Success is committed to equipping Black students with tools to reach their fullest/highest potential. Liberated Success expands upon traditional career development practices by expanding the internship model with:
If society defines career success as a combination of financial stability and finding work that brings one joy. Then we must guide the young people in our community to identify what they want in a career, provide the tools to achieve their goals, develop their interpersonal skills to thrive, excel, and broaden their views.