All Learner2Earner programs are led by trained facilitators to ensure our students are prepared to use our method and tools to put their big break into action.

Why you?
Your guidance leads to their big break.

Our facilitators are educators that come from a variety of professional backgrounds. But they have one thing in common — they are all trained to use our career content, method, and tools to help students develop and achieve their career goals. Through these efforts, students learn about work — what it is, how it works, and what it’s like.

But our program is not just about work — it’s about developing each student’s sense of self.

As much as we want our students to connect with the workplace, we want them to connect with themselves too. And the Learner2Earner content drives actionable behaviors through building and testing models.

As a facilitator you will learn how to help students develop their sense of self. This is accomplished when students learn they can:


Start where they are today, work in the present, test their future, and do (take action!).


Belong in the workplace, and there is a workplace for everyone.

Open Up

Open themselves up to possibilities. Let others see what they’re thinking and help them do the things they want to do.

Question Everything

Question everything, including themselves. They will work to distinguish the difference between the assumptions, opinions, and facts that are a part of their models.

Be Brave and Wise

Be brave enough to model the work they want to do, and wisely adapt their models as the world changes around them.


Adapt the models of who they are before they are forced to make rush (or rash) decisions.

Make Decisions

Make decisions based on the kind of work and life they want after school.

You will benefit from being a
Learner2Earner facilitator by:

Working with more students at one time and having better career learning opportunities

Creating an environment for engaging interactions between students and yourself

Having critical-thought career conversations with students about work and life

Building evidence-based career data to create post-secondary and life-beyond-school actionable models