You’re ready to change the world. You just need the right career—a job that makes you feel alive because you’re doing what you love. But how do you pick? Where should you go to school? What degree should you pursue?
Find the answers on Find Your Calling Day. On March 2, we are inviting all students everywhere to discover exciting career matches, explore education options, and enter the #FindYourCallingDay prize drawing by sharing Find Your Calling with the world.
How #FindYourCallingDay Works
Participation is easy! Three simple steps:
- Take the quick assessment on FYC to find the kind of work you love most.
- Create a profile to save your assessment results.
- Share FYC or your personal profile on Twitter with the #FindYourCallingDay hashtag for a chance to win big! More details below.
Sweepstakes: Five Winners, Five Prizes
Tweet a link to FYC or your FYC profile (or both!) with the hashtag #FindYourCallingDay on March 2. Do that and you’ll enter the drawing for one of five stupendous prizes. But here’s the real fun part: Tweet and hashtag as many times as you want to increase your chances of winning!
Gold Prize: $5,000 scholarship to a college or university of your choice. This one-time gift may be used for any educational expense and is not limited to tuition only.
Silver Prize: $3,000 scholarship to a college or university of your choice. This one-time gift may be used for any educational expense and is not limited to tuition only.
Bronze Prizes: 12-inch MacBook 256 GB. Three winners! Each will receive a brand new MacBook.
A few rules:
- You must be a student or student aged (at least 13 years old) living in the USA.
- You need an email address and Twitter account. (Feel free to use your parents’ if you don’t have your own.)
- All tweets must include the hashtag #FindYourCallingDay in order to count.
- ONLY the tweets on March 2 will enter the drawing, so don’t share too early (March 1) or too late (March 3).
- Winners will be announced on March 3.
“Priceless in My Book”
Watch the following video to see how Find Your Calling is changing lives.
“It’s another tool…to help you make that important decision of what you want to go into after college and what you want to go into in college. And that’s priceless in my book.” — Adam Cardone, Student, Lyons Township High School