Surviving and Thriving after College: 5 Tips to Making It in the Real World
Pushing Through the Negativity to Accomplish YOUR Dreams after College
As I transitioned from college to the work world, I found myself wondering, “What do I do with myself once I graduate? How am I supposed to adapt to moving back home when I’ve been living on campus for four years? What happens next?” Over the past seven years, I find many college graduates asking me the same questions. As a result of this need, I’ve been visiting college campuses working with students on “Real world preparation” skills and successfully transitioning into the work world.
I am a published author, popular radio Generation Y expert and editor of Twentity.com, a biweekly e-zine for twentysomethings. In response to strong demand, I’m visiting college campus talking to students addressing their concerns on transitioning from a teenager to an adult. Through my Twentity.com website, college graduates are successfully entering the adulthood via the tips they learn from visiting my site.
If you are looking for a speaker who can connect with a collegiate or young professional crowd and get them motivated to go out and take over the world , look no further.
Attendees at my presentation can expect an interactive session. I don’t just stand in front of an audience an bore them to death with statistics and handouts. No, I get them involved so they can leave having learned more about themselves and how to use that knowledge to be successful out in the real world.
“Ms. Simpson is a fabulous presenter! Energetic, attentive and knowledgeable!!!”
-Nadia Maria Matthie-Secretary, Iona College Multi-Cultural Alumni Chapter
“ChaChanna presented scenarios that we’ve all gone through after graduating from college. Useful information from a great presenter!”
-Tanisha S. McFadden-Lilly, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority member
“If anyone is going to talk about getting motivated about pursing your goals, it’s got to be ChaChanna. At the end of her presentation I was ready to take steps toward my career goals and not what my parents want me to do.”
-N’kisha V. Elie, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority member
“ChaChanna discusses a lot of topics I wasn’t even thinking about in relation to graduation. I learned a lot. I hope the college brings her back next semester.”
-Catrina Reid, The College of New Rochelle, student