In our last few blog posts, we covered the General Occupational Themes and the Basic Interest Scales. In this post, we will share some of the history behind the creation of the Occupational Scales (OSs). The history of the Strong Interest Inventory® assessment comes from its original form which focused on specific occupations, created by E.K. Strong. Broadly speaking, the goal was to match users with certain occupations.
During this week’s ASU-GSV conference, held in San Diego, CA, The Myers-Briggs Company Innovation Labs and Cajon Valley Unified School District announced an exciting new World of Work (WOW) partnership aimed at engaging K-12 students, teachers, and parents in the WOW
If you’re a career counselor, student services representative, or academic advisor, chances are, you’ve complained about the fact that students don’t go to career counseling. After all, your entire purpose is to assist students throughout their journey, guiding them through
College Career Advisors play a key role in student success. From guiding students with major and course selection to helping them find internships and the right job after graduation, advisors are great educational resources to students. In addition to in-person
High school is the perfect time to explore different areas of interest. But, as your senior year quickly approaches—or you might already be there—you might be thinking: What’s next? What do I really want to be when I grow up?
You did it! You graduated high school, and are now living the college life. You’ve probably dreamed about this moment for years, but now that this dream is a reality, are you ready for the journey? The following is the