Does she have enough credits to graduate? She declared a minor rather late, so it might take her a summer session or an additional semester. Not a problem; my degree took 4+ years.
Will she need interview clothes? Somehow, attire made up of Old Navy jeans, misc. tank tops and Converse All-Star sneakers doesn't seem professional.
What constitutes interview attire these days in her field? In any field?
She's a journalist and photographer. What kind of portfolio should she prepare?
Does she need a web page? Does she need to revise her Facebook page in case a prospective employer sees it?
How long can she survive without her own set of wheels? I keep hoping she'll hold off as long as possible. Once she starts paying insurance and repairs and gas, well, it's an awful lot of money.
Will she keep her summer job at least one more year? I hope she will. Today's economy is so weak, it's not a good time to jump into a new career.
Has she started creating a resume? It takes a lot of tweaking to make one look just right.
When Husband and I leaped out of our graduation robes and into our wedding clothes, the economy was a lot like today's recession/depression. Jobs were hard to find, and starting a career was even harder. We defined a "good job" as "one with a paycheck." It was the era that spawned the saying, "I'm a liberal arts graduate; do you want fries with that?"
La Petite has shown some entrepreneurial skills in the past, including one rockin' lemonade stand en route to Lambeau Field when she was only 7. I just saw a small store building go up for sale in the neighborhood and immediately thought "Photo studio?" It's okay, I didn't buy it. But if she decides to go that route, we'll help her get on her feet.
Maybe I could start my coffeehouse in the storefront until she needs it...