The Graduation Toolkit
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Start Your Future Here
Like many graduates, you might not be sure what this next season holds. We know your education, life experiences, and passions have prepared you to do many great things in the world. The Graduation Toolkit is our graduation gift to help you explore your next steps.
The Graduation Toolkit features three online tools to help you gain awareness of your skills, discover where your interests align with workforce opportunities, and devise your plan to get there.
Start the Graduation Toolkit
First, discover your strengths and interests
The Agile Work Profiler© tool will help you discover your work strengths and interests and learn how these “Agilities” can apply to many different careers. The Agile Work Profiler© only takes 10 minutes and can help you understand your strengths and how they can fit into your career search.
Next, learn about different careers
Once you know your current Agilities, use the interactive Career Explorer Tools to learn about income, preparation, work activities, and demand for each career.
Then, map out your next steps
You’re in the driver’s seat. Ready to Draw Your Future? All you’ll need is a pen, the template or a piece of blank paper, and a readiness to dream!
We want to make sure the Graduation Toolkit gets in the hands of all graduates making this big transition. Share with the graduates in your life by sending them this link: www.debruce.org/gradgift or use the social icons found at the top of the page to share on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
Together, let’s celebrate graduates and cheer them on in their next steps.
About The DeBruce Foundation
The DeBruce Foundation is a national foundation whose mission is to expand pathways to economic growth and opportunity. The Foundation is committed to helping individuals unlock their potential and find career pathways. By developing solutions such as the Agile Work Profiler, we change how people pursue careers. By partnering strategically, we increase experiences and exposure to widen career opportunities, starting with youth and working across the lifespan.