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Career Soft Skills Development

Multiple studies have found that many young adults preparing to enter the workforce significantly lack soft skills. A 2021 research study conducted on Delaware supervisors revealed that soft skills are essential in the retail and food service industries. Survey results indicated that teamwork, positive attitude, verbal communication, time management, and self-motivation were the top five soft skills required for entry-level employment in the retail and food service industries. It is our mission to assist those looking to transition into the workforce with training not only to help them acquire employment but also to retain and excel in their careers. 

Career Development – Skills to Pay the Bills – Teens (13-17) Young Adults (18-22)  program, interactive (6 Hour class) – $60 includes lunch

  • Communication

  • Enthusiasm & Attitude

  • Teamwork

  • Networking

  • Problem-solving & Critical Thinking

  • Professionalism


Evidence-Based Anger Management

Evidence-based Anger Management  for Teens (13-17) & Young Adults (18-22)

Group Sessions =$15  for 1.5 hr session and in person. These group sessions are one day a week (total of 16 sessions, 4-12 members in a group).

 Individual sessions =$15 paid by session

16 sessions,  1 hour sessions provided by zoom or in person.

        The What's Good About Anger program is a comprehensive curriculum delivered over 16 lessons using practical exercises, workbook assignments, and assessments to help participants recognize the power of anger, biases about anger, what triggers our anger, and how to defuse anger. Our goal is to demonstrate that anger is a force that can be put to good when people apply healthy strategies, changing self-talk and thinking.

         Each of our staff trainers has been designated as certified Anger Management Specialist  with NAMA. We provide letters of enrollment and certificates of completion for individuals required to attend by employer or court order.

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Evidence-Based Life Skills

Arise Evidence-based Life Skills Classes: Grade  6-8 & 9-12 (typical class is 45 to 60 minutes). These classes can be facilitated in your location or ours, call for more information.

The life skills curriculum covers a variety of subjects including substance abuse, anger, self-confidence, anxiety, recycling, nutrition,  bullying, gangs, and more. The learning of life skills has been placed on parents, educators, and employers with no one taking the lead and teaching these key skills in a systematic way. This often leaves young adults learning independently and often inaccurately. This program would benefit teens at all levels of prevention. The lessons are all facilitated in groups with stand-alone lessons that can be designed to meet the specific needs of your group.

Independent/Transitional  Coaching

Call today and set up your free consultation.

Preparing for your future can be difficult if you don't know where to start; Deciding which path to take after high school can feel scary and uncertain. Especially true if you are doing everything on your own.

Sometimes all we need is a support system and someone to point us in the right direction.

Roundtable is here to help! Whether it's college, the military, or straight into the workforce. We are here to assist you with your future goals.

Rates start at $15 hr

Focused Areas Include:

  • College planning


  • Money management


  • Military assistance


  • Job readiness


  • Life coaching

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