PLEASE TELL US WHAT YOUR TRANSITION LOOKS LIKE

Genevieve’s transitions (and some of the challenges to making them successfully)

  • Rural 1st Generation University Graduate (needed to know the right questions to ask, to find help)

  • Has lived in small towns, suburbs, and small, medium, and large cities (Imposter Syndrome)

  • Is a wife, and mother of college-aged children (priorities)

  • Is a late Baby Boomer who became a Female Entrepreneur (fear of failure, Imposter Syndrome)

  • Home schooled her own and other’s elementary and middle school aged children over 10 years (relevant perspective and information)

  • Is an extroverted Introvert, who lives with anxiety (fear of failure, learning to question the status quo)


Are you making any of these same transitions? What are your challenges? Let us know below.

For example: going to college, retiring, leaving the military, going to high school, going to middle school, parent of " ", etc.
What are the challenges to making this successfully?
Describe yourself (check all that apply)
Your level of confidence
Your level of confidence
I am confident about making this transition.
 

Welcome to OPTION PLAY

 

OPTION PLAY is a customizable tool and social card game that helps students feel confident as they make the transition from high school to college. OPTION PLAY enables college-bound students to learn about, and how to deal with, situations they will encounter in college. OPTION PLAY enables school counselors, families, and college transition program staff to focus on challenging situations such as sensitive roommate situations, making realistic judgments, or finding relevant discussion topics. OPTION PLAY Conquer College ed. 2 will soon be joined by OPTION PLAY First Generation ed. 1.


OPTION PLAY builds confidence

I didn’t have anything like this when I first went to college. I actually didn’t think about things I should have thought about so I ended up transferring after my first year. I think if I would have had a game like this I wouldn’t have had the problems I did.
— Nick, Drexel
As a first generation student, through playing OPTION PLAY I came to understand I could get academic help even if I didn’t think I needed it.

— Kendall, First Generation Student, University of Michigan

OPTION PLAY IS A FUN GAME WITH AN IMPORTANT PURPOSE

If you start preparing yourself for the fact that all these crazy things can happen, then it will be less of a shock when you first encounter them. I think it’s a great idea to play the game.
— Lillian, Lafayette
OPTION PLAY is a great way of getting freshman to talk about how to navigate life while living on campus, and being a successful college student.
— Toya, student programming staff

OPTION PLAY IS EASY TO ORDER

FOR GRADUATION GIFTS, GUIDANCE CLASSES,

ORIENTATION, AND FAMILY CONVERSATIONS


CONTENTS

  • 30 Scenario cards and 100 Answer cards

  • 1 “How to Play” card and 1 Vocabulary card

  • 2 card storage boxes

  • 3-5 engaging, fun rounds for 6=10 players

$34.99 suggested retail price
Quantity discounts are available