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This Org Helps Kids Find the Right College Major and Career Path

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March 27, 2024
January 11, 2019
Watch how the founder of this org helps kids succeed in life by finding their passions, talents, and strengths.

This week, Grotto catches up with Lexia Crawford, founder of [101] Prep. She's on a mission to help kids age 15–25 discover their passion, talents, and strengths in a way that creates economic opportunities.

"If you know who you are, God will align everybody else up that you need to get where you need to be," she shares.

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Lexia Crawford, founder of [101] Prep, Fort Worth, TX

Lexia: I’m Lexia Crawford. After I was married, I went into IT, information technology, but didn't love the work. It actually started to make me really, really miserable, and started to really cause me a lot of anxiety.

I had started a few businesses. I was working those businesses and they brought me a lot of joy. I knew then what I was supposed to be doing, and what I wanted to do, and really what made me happy. That's what [101] Prep is about.

[101] Prep helps young people find their passion, talents, and strengths to create economic opportunities.

Lexia: We help kids, 15 to 25, discover themselves, in a sense. What are your natural gifts and talents? What is it that you enjoy doing?

If you know who you are, God will align everybody else up that you need to get to where you need to be. If you're going to go to college, let us help you find a degree that aligns with who you really are at the core of you, who God made you to be.

Definitely want to be a part of the network, so definitely go online, subscribe, and I am rooting for you guys. This is amazing.

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Published:
March 27, 2024
January 11, 2019
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