"When you're inspired, you dream higher"
SGG is currently looking for partnerships with school districts, community colleges, and businesses interested in adding resources to help our future generation of leaders, high school students. SGG will provide guidance for students, mentoring in selecting career paths, preparedness after high school, and it will focus on successful completion of post-high school education programs.
Student Guidance Group "SGG" is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization established in 2015 and incorporated in February of 2016. SGG works with low income students who will be considered first-generation college students in the Houston area. We provide mentoring, soft skills workshops, and we provide career guidance by focusing on the Top 100 careers. SGG helps students find the best path after high school for them depending on their career dreams, skills, opportunities, and current situation to help them find a path to gainful employment after completing a college degree or post-high school education.
We are looking for High School students who would like additional guidance to prepare themselves for life after high school. We will empower you with information on the Top 100 Fastest Growing Careers of the next decade, we will provide you with guidance to choose a college wisely, we will show you how to take advantage of the many resources available, and we will bring you experienced professionals to share their experiences with you.
Our Millennials are under attack! Many feel lost transitioning from High School to college, the job market has created several negative opinions about Millennials such as lacking proper communication skills, not having work ethic, among others. Please help us guide, nurture their brightness, and prepare them for prosperous careers after High School. WE NEED YOU!
SGG is currently looking for dedicated board members, advisors, and volunteers.
So many things to accomplish. Our goals are plentiful, the help needed is infinite but the funds are very limited. Please help us by donating a minimal personal contribution of $50 or more to help us fund the programs that we bring to students in High Schools in the Houston Metro area.