prepare young adults for life​

Our resources cover some of life’s most complex topics to help GenZ & Millennials succeed in the real world.

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The transition to adulthood is exciting, but it’s also overwhelming. After over a year of user research, we learned that students & young professionals across the country want more digestible forms of this content. We’re here to help make that happen with you, for free.

onomy’s short-form content is fun, bite-sized, easy to understand, and it’s free! We’re teaming up with academic institutions, organizations, and ambassadors across the country to put onomy in the hands of those who need it most.

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Join us in closing the practical skills gap for students and young professionals so they can feel confident navigating some of life’s biggest hurdles.

 

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