You can ask Alexa what the temperature is going to be before you walk outside. You can refer to Siri to find out how long your daily commute to work is going to be before your engine turns over.
Category: Career Resources
The influence of parental involvement cannot be argued. There is significant research that supports the notion that parental involvement helps students succeed.
At the tender age of five, students begin to postulate about their future in the form of “When I grow up, I want to be ….” However, with a mere five-year experience with the world under their belt
Changing majors throughout college is incredibly common. According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), “within 3 years of initial enrollment, about 30 percent of undergraduates in associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs who had declared a major had
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.
In a world of resources aimed at academic success, only one source seems foolproof. Investing in the whole child has proved time and time again to positively affect life outcomes.