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Career Guidance for Kids Lesson 76

Our inspiring guest today is a mom and author Tiffany Obeng joined us and shared tips on career guidance for kids. Tiffany is on a mission to educate and inspire Black children to aspire to be anything they want to become! We believe Black youth are capable of accomplishing their dreams. She writes career books for kids to introduce children to various professions, especially stealth professors. 

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Tiffany Obeng joins the CleverlyChanging Podcast as a guest on episode 76 and discusses how she was mentored and why she writes children's books.

Grown Folks Section: Tiffany Obeng Talks About Career Guidance for Kids

Tiffany is a lawyer, a wife, and a mother of two small children. She is also the premier author and owner of Sugar Cookie Books publishing imprint. Bearing her son’s name, she created Andrew’s Career Day book series to inspire young boys and girls, particularly children of color, to aspire to be anything they want to be! Strongly believing that if they can see it, they can be it, all of the career books feature diverse professionals and small black history lessons. Tiffany’s tagline: Helping kids discover their future, one book at a time!

You can purchase Tiffany’s books at sugarcookiebooks.com or on Amazon. You can also connect with her on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.

She tells us that “By the end of each book, the child will know more about the featured career, a little Black history and be inspired to possibly pursue that career path. These books are especially important for homeschooled children because it allows career day to be any day or every day!”

Tiffany Obeng joins the CleverlyChanging Podcast as a guest on episode 76 and discusses how she was mentored and why she writes children's books

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Tiffany is changing how children learn about different careers.

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