Details

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Pioneer

$50/month

10 month minimum

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Partners

$100/month per team member

10 month minimum

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Personalized
$500/hour
1 hour minimum

Do-it-Yourself

For one young adult working on own or with parents.

  • Career Preparation Guide

  • Problem-solving Project Plan

  • Design-thinking & Lean Startup Tutorials and Templates 

  • College Application Plan

  • College Application Essays, Resumes, Personal websites Tutorials and Templates

  • On-demand webinars

 

For young adults who want to launch their own Problem-solving Project and complete their college applications on their own, this program provides all the tools. They should start no later than beginning of 11th grade; ideal is start in 9th grade.

Ideal for young adults who: 

  • have superior time-management skills

  • are highly motivated to solve a real-life problem in their community

  • prefer to work on their own

Advantages of this program:

  • least expensive

  • most flexibility

Disadvantages of this program:

  • least mentor guidance and support

  • least opportunity for collaboration with peers

  • greatest risk of the young adult under-performing her/his potential

Small Team

For 2 - 7 young adults working together as a team; mentored by Peter Han for:

  • Career Preparation Guide

  • Problem-solving Project Plan

  • Design-thinking & Lean Startup Tutorials and Templates 

  • College Application Plan

  • College Application Essays, Resumes, Personal websites Tutorials and Templates

  • On-demand webinars

Plus, each month:

  • Four live webinars w/chat  (30 minutes each)

    • Pre-scheduled webinars using Google Meet, Skype or Zoom

    • Focused on Career Preparation, Problem-solving Project, College Application

    • Audience size: 3 - 15 participants 

    • Q&A via live chat with Peter Han

  • Two Ask Me Anything video calls  (30 minutes each) 

    • Focused on Career Preparation, Problem-solving Project, College Application

    • Audience size: 3 - 15 participants 

    • Live video conversation with Peter Han

For young adults who want to work with friends to launch a Problem-solving Project together as a team. They also learn together how to complete their college applications. But they work offline individually on their college applications. This program provides all the tools plus live mentoring. They should start no later than beginning of 11th grade; ideal is start in 9th grade.  They register as a team of 2 - 7 team members.

Ideal for young adults who: 

  • want to work as a team with their friends

  • will motivate each other to solve a real-world problem in their community

  • can coordinate their schedules as fellow team members

Advantages of this program:

  • greatest opportunity to learn collaboration 

  • achieves the most impact in solving real-world problem (most resources) 

  • best value - the most mentoring for the least cost

Disadvantages of this program:

  • requires most coordination of work and schedules

  • requires most conflict-resolution skills

Bespoke
 

For one young adult, personalized mentoring by Peter Han for:

  • Problem-solving Projects

  • College Applications

conducted in-person (Pasadena, CA) or virtually.

Can be added to Pioneer or Partners or as a stand-alone service.

For young adults who want personalized mentoring to launch their own Problem-solving Project and to complete their college applications. They should start their Problem-solving Project no later than beginning of 11th grade; ideal is start in 9th grade.

Young adults who want mentoring support for only College Application will be accepted on a case-by-base basis. Preference will be given to young adults who have demonstrated substantive and innovative service to their communities. 

Ideal for young adults who: 

  • face significant challenges in advancing their Problem-solving Projects

  • aim to achieve extra-ordinary impact in their Problem-solving Projects

  • are willing to work extra-ordinarily hard to develop their character/capabilities

  • need significant support for project management and time management

Advantages of this program:

  • personalized and dedicated mentoring from Peter Han

  • accelerated development of Future-proof character qualities and capabilities

  • exclusive access to network of alumni and social entrepreneurs

  • exclusive access to advanced techniques for Problem-solving Projects and College Applications

Disadvantages of this program:

  • most expensive

  • limited availability of Peter Han

Details of Resources
provided at all three service levels:  Pioneer, Partners, Personalized

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Career Preparation Guide

1. Explore career fields (distinguish high growth v declining jobs)

A. Authoritative and insightful info from think tanks and industry leaders

B. Interactive exploration tools

2. Define the capabilities and character qualities (C&C) required in jobs

A. Authoritative and insightful info from think tanks and industry leaders

B. Interactive self-assessment tools

3. Determine the academic and experiential paths to build the required C&C

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Problem-solving Project Plan

1. Define customers, problems, existing alternatives, key metrics, timeline, roles

A. Design-thinking Tutorials, Templates, Examples

B. Lean Start-up Tutorials, Templates, Examples

2. Generate ideas, interview, run many experiments, capture feedback, repeat

A. Detailed interactive goals planner and tasks tracker

3. Build prototype, field test, improve & repeat, launch solution, transition

A. Detailed interactive goals planner and tasks tracker

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College Application Plan

1. Define career goals, select majors and programs, identify target schools

2. Timeline (yearly, monthly, weekly tasks): academics, extra-curriculars, application forms, financial aid and scholarship forms, recommendations, tests

A. Detailed interactive goals planner and tasks tracker

3. Create compelling and coherent narratives for college essays that integrate academics, life-experiences, and problem-solving projects ; personal website

A. Tutorials, Templates, Examples

4. Reaching out and visiting schools, comparing admissions offers, deciding

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Webinars On-demand

Each webinar explains how to use specific items in the: 

  • Career Preparation Guide

  • Problem-solving Project Plan

  • College Application Plan