Strengths-Based Game of Life Career Program for 200 Secondary students.
This program was designed to be part of a Career Awareness Day for a particular Secondary School. The special part of this program was that within the 200 odd students were 15 high functioning students with autism. It was the first time we are running such a program for a very diverse group of students. From the game, we observed there was a great number of students who willingly reach out to help others achieve the goals. We also saw many students exhibiting strong character traits such as resilience, determination and compassion through out the game. There was also a huge range of emotions being flushed out and there were many intense moments in the Game, which was a huge sign of strong participation and engagement. The game plan went better than expected. While there were areas which can be improved to get even better engagements and partnerships from the diverse group of students, it was overall a day that was very fulfilling. I felt very happy to read some of the comments by the students with autism: “I am very proud to be exposed to new things during the game and I learnt that it takes a lot of hard work and determination to succeed in life.” “I am very happy to make new friends from another school and I learnt that I need to take certain steps in life to go towards the job I want. I am grateful that the facilitators organize such a meaningful event for our job preparations. I hope these help offered can bring me to a brighter future.” “I managed to persuade some people to help me in my business and it succeeded. I learnt that I am a good team player and I can be persuasive.”
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Victor Seet • World & Singapore's 1st Gold Awarded Gallup StrengthsFinder Coach • Strengths School™ Singapore