It’s been about a year since I’ve run the first session of Career Camp, and I just love getting reports from my campers with all the action steps they’ve taken since we’ve wrapped up.
And sure, you can peruse the testimonials, but they don’t cover all the changes that’ve been made and all the action steps have been taken. I’m such a proudcited Head Counselor!
So: where are they now?
Meeno had taken 2 career change courses before Career Camp, but since we wrapped up, she’s given notice at her job, started a consulting business in health communications and research, and has made her jewelry shop into her second full-time biz. Yes!
During her time in Camp, Cheryl realized that major social/political/economic change can only happen through the spiritual transformation of the individual. She quit her job, made a move to the mountains with her husband, and is working on a line of products that reflect her creativity and inspire others!
Daniela was an energy healer, life coach and therapist who felt drained by listening to other peoples problems. Now, she’s an artist and writer focused on nature who shares her work on her website and sells it through Society6. Daniela wrote a Recession is Bullhonkey post for me recently, which you can read here if ya missed it!
Tess came to Camp with some ideas as to what she wanted to do, but no clue how to “put it all together.” Before we wrapped up this past summer, she had opened a shop – Bella Rustico – and signed up to teach some productivity classes. I love how open she is in exploring, playing, and trying out each of her career ideas!
Katie C. was hell-bent against “climbing the ladder” in the restaurant world, determined that the trajectory wasn’t right for her. But thanks to what she uncovered in Career Camp, she’s happily on track to managing her own Starbucks store – and knows, without a doubt, that it’s the opportunity she was looking for!
Since “graduating” from Career Camp about a year ago, Gabriela is now a full-time illustrator, artist and pattern designer who’s exhibited at a big trade show. Her work is so darling!
Caroline worked in the science department of a university, but Career Camp gave her that guts to give her notice, bike across the country, and blog about it!