The Role of the Student, Parent, High School and Career Counselor

There are several stakeholders in the college exploration and application process. The student, parent(s), school counselor/guidance office and the private career counselor. Each student is responsible for knowing their specific high school application process and items that need to be completed for their own school. There is a universal process for college applications however each high school may have their own internal process for ordering transcripts, letters of recommendations and timing of these actions. 

*This is the responsibility of the student and they must be aware and stay up to date of high school information. Students are encouraged to check out their high school guidance page on their school’s website and attend information meetings provided by their counselors. 

With regard to your college application, we are here to assist and guide you, but you are ultimately responsible for your own college application, materials needed (letters of recommendation, transcripts and test scores) and final submission.






Helpful Information:

Welcome to Targeted Career Solutions

We are excited to begin this journey with you and look forward to guiding you through the career exploration and/or college application process.  We are here to assist you, however the more time and effort you put into this endeavor, the more you will get out of it.  We will provide you with the information and resources you need. Here is some basic information that will ensure a smooth and meaningful experience for all involved.

Confidentiality Statement

Respecting the privacy of our clients is important to us. Personal information is confidential and will not be disclosed or discussed outside of Targeted Career Solutions.

Cancellation Policy
If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please do so as soon as possible.  Cancellations made less than 24 hours in advance will result in the loss of one session from your package.  

Please communicate all questions via email.  We monitor email from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.  We are often in sessions much of the day and will respond to you at our earliest opportunity, during normal business hours.


Everyday I see incredible young people come into my office who often are stressed and feel like they are behind the eight ball when it comes to college admissions.

What I see, is uniquely gifted individuals with the world ahead of them and endless possibilities.    

- Suzanne Boatright, Targeted Career Solutions