Student Success Coaching
Stride Success Coaches Help You Get Results
Ready to get a jump-start on your career plans or college admissions? We're excited to provide Stride Career Prep students with exclusive access to professional career coaches who offer advice on building a strong resume, networking, interviewing, and researching internships and jobs—all at no cost.
How it Works
Working with one of our coaches is free and flexible. All currently enrolled Stride Career Prep students who have set up a Tallo profile can meet with one of our professional coaches for up to five sessions. We do ask that once you sign up, you commit to attending your meetings so you can fully benefit from the program.
Why work with a Success Coach?
Create a stronger resume
for career and college
Find internships and jobs
Interview with greater
Improve your college
How do I sign up?
Students must have a Tallo profile set up prior to meeting with a Success Coach. Once you have a Tallo account, simply sign up with one of our coaches using the link to their calendars below.
Meet Our Coaches
Our qualified coaches are ready to support students around the country.
Learn more about them and find the coach that supports students at your Stride K12-powered school.
Courtney has a passion for helping students reach their maximum potential for success. She has an extensive background in education and career coaching and is a certified professional resume writer. Most recently, she served as a career services director at a computer training institute and was awarded Director of the Year for 2019. She is dedicated to discovering and sharing the secrets of career and employment opportunities and is excited to help propel students into the careers of their dreams.
Darius is a certified strengths and career coach as well as a certified resume writer who feels privileged to be able to work with high school students in identifying their natural abilities, values, strengths, and interests. He is glad to be able to use his years of experience in career development to aide students in becoming career ready so they are well prepared with a clear plan before graduation. Prior to joining Stride, he worked as a career coach in youth development, workforce development, higher education, and outplacement services. He has also taught career exploration courses as an adjunct professor at Rasmussen College.
Tyng started her career in the field of education and career development services through leadership roles at UIC, InternshipDesk, and more recently, IUBH University of Applied Sciences in Germany. In addition to working with Stride, Tyng also serves as a consultant to education consultancies and career service providers in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. As a career coach, Tyng has delivered over 2000 hours of coaching to university students and high school graduates and placed over 300 students for internships.
Gina has a passion for helping students realize and meet their full potential, set achievable goals, and discover and live their dreams. Gina’s background is in education with her experience being in English teaching, administration, school counseling, and career and tech education (CTE) programs. Gina is also an entrepreneur and the founder of a non-profit organization that guides community youth toward overcoming obstacles to find life success. Her empowerment and success guide, Find Your Inner Super G, was published in 2019 and is used with community youth and adults to meet college and career goals.
Gina supports Stride Career Prep students at Indiana Digital Learning School.