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New Perspectives - Jun, 1999 Issue #58 

The Highland Program
Atlanta, Georgia
Natalie Gold, Senior Program Manager 
(404) 872-9974 x31

“The Highlands Program is an educational, career and life planning service based in Atlanta. With 85 offices all over the country, it is unique in that it created and uses The Whole Person Technology to help participants: understand what they do best, use their natural abilities to best advantage, and create a plan, or vision, for their futures.” They are now computerizing a key part of this process in order to make their technology available to a much wider professional audience, with much less training involved for “first class delivery, costing clients far less than the battery now costs, with training requirements much less onerous. It can be a significant profit center for your practice.

The information students (and their parents) receive is positive and immediately useful to them. Students who go through this process are more confident and enthusiastic about their futures. It gives a practical sense about what they can do in college and even the work world.”

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