The When, How and Why of Career Planning for Teens with ADHD
Lynn Miner-Rosen, MEd, ACC, CDCS
Let’s talk about careers! It is never too early to start exploring and preparing for your career, yet many millennials and GenZ’ers wait until their senior year of college – and that IS too late. For students with ADHD, it can be a greater challenge to explore interests, skills, and experience without support and a plan of action. Career exploration, discovery and planning are an important part of being a teen and young adult. Lynn will share tips for parents and students about the when, how and why of career planning and it’s importance. Remember: #DontWaitUntilYouGraduate
Lynn Miner-Rosen, MEd, ACC, CDCS is a Career Development Coach, Life Coach and ADHD Coach. Lynn works nationwide via live Zoom/Facetime or phone with high school seniors, college students and young adults who have been diagnosed with ADHD, EFD and ASD/High-Functioning Asperger’s. Lynn earned her ACC from the International Coaching Federation. She has a private practice in Boca Raton, Florida and supports her clients by helping them choose a college major, career choice, career future planning, job search, time management, organization, study skills, managing screen time and whole life challenges. Lynn teaches ADHD and ASD classes for New York-based institute, CORE Professional Development, and is a frequent speaker and presenter at conferences and schools throughout the country. Prior to coaching, Lynn was a Special Education middle school teacher, IEP coordinator and business teacher for 12 years with the New York City Department of Education. She received her undergraduate degree from California State University Northridge, and two master’s Degrees from Adelphi University in Elementary Education and Special Education.