Empathize and Define
SAY
Loneliness
• “You don’t have the opportunity to have
intellectual conversations all the time.”
• “The people you work with...
Knowledge Gaps
• “The things you learn in school don’t
necessarily apply to your job, like handling
money, customer servic...
Finances
• “You’re making food for yourself more often.”
• “You take full responsibility for your space.”
• “You’re comple...
Schedule
• “You wake up, you come home, and you’re
exhausted [after work]. But with school, your
schedule is always changi...
DO
• Join outside groups/clubs
• Seek enjoyment from close family/friends
• Get into a routine
THINK/FEEL
• People feel lonely transitioning from school to
work
• People feel disconnected
• People don’t feel supported
financiall...
PROBLEM STATEMENT
What are ways that people transitioning from school to work can feel
supported?
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Empathize and define

  1. 1. Empathize and Define
  2. 2. SAY
  3. 3. Loneliness • “You don’t have the opportunity to have intellectual conversations all the time.” • “The people you work with, you don’t have shared experiences with.” • “You’re not surrounded by people as often.” • “You feel disconnected from people … you feel socially further away.” • “There isn’t as much emotional support in your endeavors.”
  4. 4. Knowledge Gaps • “The things you learn in school don’t necessarily apply to your job, like handling money, customer service, work-force relationships.” • “Sometimes you may be smarter than your co- workers but have less experience but you still have to respect them.”
  5. 5. Finances • “You’re making food for yourself more often.” • “You take full responsibility for your space.” • “You’re completely financially liable.” • “In the real world, financial offices aren’t as lenient.”
  6. 6. Schedule • “You wake up, you come home, and you’re exhausted [after work]. But with school, your schedule is always changing.” • ‘[From working] you feel exhausted after work and you don’t have the cognitive energy to make yourself productive.”
  7. 7. DO
  8. 8. • Join outside groups/clubs • Seek enjoyment from close family/friends • Get into a routine
  9. 9. THINK/FEEL
  10. 10. • People feel lonely transitioning from school to work • People feel disconnected • People don’t feel supported financially, mentally, emotionally
  11. 11. PROBLEM STATEMENT What are ways that people transitioning from school to work can feel supported?

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