Amy Carrier's Blog

6 Things We Can Do To Help Aleppo, Syria

By |May 19th, 2017|

In a Facebook Live Video, Amy Carrier talked about what we can do to help our brothers and sisters in Aleppo, Syria.
Watch: 6 Things We Can Do To Help Aleppo, Syria.  Follow Amy on Facebook, Subscribe on YouTube.
Live Streamed on Dec 17, 2016
Amy’s Facebook Live engaged an initial audience of 1600+ for her discussion outlining 6 […]

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    Why the Future Depends on YOU Not Comparing Yourself To Anything

Why the Future Depends on YOU Not Comparing Yourself To Anything

By |May 19th, 2017|

One of the most important lessons we are not teaching young people and we MUST:
COMPARE YOURSELF TO NO ONE. EVER.
We are not meant to have the same life experiences as the next person. We are not meant to hold ourselves up to societally driven standards. In comparing ourselves to others, we are willingly buying […]

Meet Career Coach Amy Carrier

By |August 8th, 2016|

Career Coaching Services for Adults & Teens
Provided by Amy Carrier
Meet Coach Amy:
For over ten years I have been a career adviser and life coach to hundreds of people. I also work as an activist for including entrepreneurship, career and life skills readiness programming in the education system through my personal passion, Empowerment Through Education.

My […]

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    The Path to Wisdom is Paved with Mistakes: Teaching Children Self-Trust

The Path to Wisdom is Paved with Mistakes: Teaching Children Self-Trust

By |August 1st, 2016|

It’s true: The path to wisdom is paved with mistakes.
You and I know this because we are adults and we have made our fair share of mistakes. We have gained wisdom and knowledge from those mistakes, and with that, a level of confidence in ourselves. It is very fair to say that mistakes […]

Five Key Post-Secondary Preparations

By |July 30th, 2016|

 

Bridging The Greatest Opportunity Divide
The heart of Amy Carrier’s model and mission.
This work is copyrighted 2012-2016 ©

Perhaps the greatest opportunity divide that exists for all American K-12 public school students is the unsupported transition between high school and adulthood. Students are ill-prepared and sent into the world without adequate knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience in […]

YOU Play A Role In Preventing Childhood Trauma

By |July 5th, 2016|

 

The entire community is responsible
for a child’s well-being.
Everything is about relationships. Our interpersonal relationships with children are those that most people are aware of. However, as adults, there is a communal relationship we have to children that most people are unaware of – and in many ways, it is one that is just as important. Yes, […]

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    Most School-Business Partnerships Fail. Here Are 20 Free Tips From a Pro

Most School-Business Partnerships Fail. Here Are 20 Free Tips From a Pro

By |April 19th, 2016|

Here’s the reality: Most school-business partnerships fail.
Why? They need a third-party in the early stages to establish a mutually beneficial, reciprocal partnership agreement and ensure that all the sticky questions are asked and answered, but almost none have such a person looking out for both sides. Unfortunately, (and not dissimilar from other types of […]

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    The Implications of Workplace Racism, Sexism and Pay Inequity: Our Kids Lose

The Implications of Workplace Racism, Sexism and Pay Inequity: Our Kids Lose

By |April 19th, 2016|

The Gender Pay Gap.
MoveOn.org posted this image with the hashtag #EqualPayDay. Lots of people are talking about it. It’s a deeper wound that it seems.

Read on.

I developed my curriculum 10 years ago to teach high school students how to navigate the world of work, build careers and follow their passion. I included a unit […]

A Call To Action for All Grown-ups

By |February 10th, 2016|

Dear Awesome Grown-up,

Do you know how important you are?
 

You are important for many reasons. You do important work, you make a difference in the lives of those you love, and you’re so darned witty – and generally more so on Friday nights for some reason. You’re important to your team at work. You’re important to […]