Pathway Planner™

 Pathway Planner

Clearer Paths to Brighter Futures

Career change statistics suggest that the average person will make a career change approximately 5-7 times during their working life. Need help identifying career choices, and careers that you will be able to learn at a comfortable pace, excel in using your natural tendencies, and will love doing? Pathway Planner™ is an in-depth planning and personal assessment you can use as an educational and career planning tool to help you discover what career possibilities best suit you. Research shows when you find the right career match, your probability for success and satisfaction increases dramatically.

Whether you are pre-college, in college or simply in transition seeking the right career fit, Pathway Planner™ provides you with critical decision making information to help you shape your future.

  • Provides an overview of unique strengths, talents, and abilities.
  • Assists students with selecting majors and degrees that match their Thinking Style, Behavioral Traits, and Interests.
  • Identifies career possibilities and provides insight into occupations for the highly-skilled, competitive workforce.
  • Assists adults in transitioning from one career to another.
  • Introduces a mechanism for individuals to learn about their abilities and validate their career choices.

It is never too early to start planning, and it is never too late to find the right path. Most people can expect to make many changes during their working lives. You can be a step ahead of everyone else with key insights that drive quality, core education or direct you to a better, happier career path.

The Pathway Planner™ assessment offers:

  • A review of Thinking Style, Interests, and Behavioral Traits.
  • Numerical ability, numerical reasoning, verbal skill, verbal reasoning, and overall learning index results.
  • An interests portion that measures traits, such as creativity, people service, and technical skills that relate to various occupations.
  • A Behavioral Traits review that helps individuals select careers that best fit their strengths and interests.
  • A link with O*NET (Occupational Information Network from the US Department of Labor) for additional career matching information.