Andrew Bryan – Profile

Andrew Bryan, Educational Consultant

All human beings have a purpose. The core of Andrew’s work is to help “emerging” young adults discover their purpose through mentoring, career assessment and guidance, and international treks and pilgrimages. Working with students of all walks of life, including those who have experienced emotional, behavioral, and/or learning challenges, Andrew helps young people learn basic life skills through positive interactions with the world around them.

Andrew has developed an expertise working with students and their families to plan and implement transitions from therapeutic settings to home or college over his 30+ years as an educator mentor. Each student’s success plan and ongoing support is individualized to provide for their unique interests and needs. Andrew engages directly with students and serves as a focal point in coordinating with both the student and the people they are additionally working with, as well as communicating with parents and referring professionals.

Andrew is a member of Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA). He has worked with adolescents and young adults and their families since 1989. Throughout his career he has been interviewed and quoted nationally on education related topics in The Seattle Times, The Lawlor Review, Post-Secondary LD Report, Newsweek, US News and World Report, The New York Times, CBS Marketplace, CBS Network Radio News, SmartMoney Magazine, KUOW’s Weekday, College Bound Teen, LATalkRadio with Dore Frances, the Homeward Bound parent call with Tim Thayne, and most recently The Baltimore Sun.

Andrew Bryan, Educational Consultant

All human beings have a purpose. The core of Andrew’s work is to help “emerging” young adults discover their purpose through mentoring, career assessment and guidance, and international treks and pilgrimages. Working with students of all walks of life, including those who have experienced emotional, behavioral, and/or learning challenges, Andrew helps young people learn basic life skills through positive interactions with the world around them.

Andrew has developed an expertise working with students and their families to plan and implement transitions from therapeutic settings to home or college over his 30+ years as an educator mentor. Each student’s success plan and ongoing support is individualized to provide for their unique interests and needs. Andrew engages directly with students and serves as a focal point in coordinating with both the student and the people they are additionally working with, as well as communicating with parents and referring professionals.

Andrew is a member of Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA). He has worked with adolescents and young adults and their families since 1989. Throughout his career he has been interviewed and quoted nationally on education related topics in The Seattle Times, The Lawlor Review, Post-Secondary LD Report, Newsweek, US News and World Report, The New York Times, CBS Marketplace, CBS Network Radio News, SmartMoney Magazine, KUOW’s Weekday, College Bound Teen, LATalkRadio with Dore Frances, the Homeward Bound parent call with Tim Thayne, and most recently The Baltimore Sun.