September 27, 2022 | Liz McCardle

Lifestyle First: Understanding the Humanitarian lifestyle

The world is fast-changing, so let’s shift away from a traditional mindset of life + work.

Find Your Grind brings a lifestyle-first approach to social and emotional learning and career readiness

Students need more than a list of outdated job titles that match a personality type. Instead, they need a framework that changes the way they see themselves in the changing landscape of work.

Find Your grind

Our curriculum, rooted in Social Emotional Learning and reflective practice, helps learners develop greater awareness, gain exposure to careers and industries, and begin the process of designing their ideal lifestyle.

The Find Your Grind curriculum focuses on shifting the traditional mindset.

We’ve been taught to think of the job we want, acquire those strengths, then somehow fit in our lifestyle around that job.

Instead of answering the question, “what do you want to do when you grow up?” Let’s start answering the question “who do you want to be?”

This mindset shift all starts with Flipping the Funnel and getting to know yourself—what lifestyle you want to live, what strengths you have, and what job matches both.

The Humanitarian Lifestyle

Learn how Humanitarians leverage their strengths to make the world a better place.

Humanitarians are deeply caringselfless, and ethical individuals. They are collaborators and enjoy working as part of a team. No task is too small or unimportant when caring for those less fortunate. Humanitarians want everyone to enjoy access to the same privileges afforded to the masses. They are easy to talk to and make people feel valued. 

Humanitarians are dedicated to improving others’ quality of life and inspire those around them to volunteer their time, resources, and efforts toward the same causes. They are unique souls with a desire to make the world a better place.

SEL students view high-quality well produced learning videos that inspire them to think differently when it comes to how they approach their future

Humanitarian Mentors & Careers in Find Your Grind

Find Your Grind’s network of mentors share real-life stories and personal experiences to humanize career exploration for students. We also have a diverse and growing library of careers for students to explore and find ones that fit with their skills and lifestyles.

Mentors and careers in the Humanitarian lifestyle include:
Dylan Efron – Creative Producer
Maya Enista Smith – Nonprofit Director
Patty Herrera – Montessori Farm School Director

Lifestyle Insights

Every learner who experiences Find Your Grind takes our proprietary Lifestyle Assessment multiple times throughout the curriculum. We’ve collected thousands of responses from learners, and Humanitarian represents 1% of learners that use Find Your Grind.

Humanitarians are a proportion of all Find Your Grind lifestyle assessment responses

All learners using Find Your Grind receive a personalized learning experience unique to them, and Humanitarians will experience careers and mentors that are more highly associated with this lifestyle, resulting in greater learning engagement, and improved learning outcomes across the four capabilities that the Find Your Grind Future Ready Framework delivers on – Self Awareness, Social Awareness, Career Awareness, and Action Awareness.

To read about the learning science and research that supports our curriculum and learning outcomes, please check out our research section here.

To learn more about how Find Your Grind lifestyles improve career readiness and career exploration, contact us.

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