All participants receive a full time job offer from their business partner upon successful completion of the program. Most graduates take that job offer, and our graduates make an average of $50,000 per year.
But that’s just the beginning.
As we’ve written elsewhere, the program is designed to help participants achieve their career goals in less than 50% of the time it would normally take a young professional who graduated college. It’s not uncommon for graduates of the program to receive one, two or even three promotions within a year after completing the program.
They’re that good.
Consider Isaac Chapman: Isaac received an early full-time offer from his business Partner, TemperPack before he’d even finished the program. Isaac is now the point person for keeping one of the country’s fastest growing startups’ production schedule on time and efficient.
Or consider Tamina Zaheri: Tamina earned an offer during her first week of the program. Upon graduation, she went on to be promoted multiple times at her company, Aceable.
Once they’ve completed the program, participants continue their involvement with the Praxis community. Alumni participate in the Praxis Facebook community, mentor new participants, attend group discussions, and learn from Praxis staff and advisers.
If they’re looking to switch jobs, many of them use their status as alumni to get introduced to companies in the Praxis business partner network.
That’s probably what you wanted to know. But what’s even better – our secret – is that Praxis graduates do something far more valuable than just succeed in interesting jobs. Yeah, they do that. but they also embody a mindset that realizes jobs are in many ways a paradigm of the past. Thinking in terms of titles and companies is less valuable than realizing that you are your own company. Every one of our graduates thinks like an entrepreneur, whether or not they start their own company. They’re not just equipped to succeed at the next job or for the next promotion, they are ready to take advantage of the next radical technological and economic shifts because they are creative problem solvers, self-directed learners, doers, and builders.