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Should Strengths Guide Students’ Vocational Discernment?

Should Strengths Guide Students’ Vocational Discernment? There is something intuitively appealing about strengths. We tend to assume that identifying and leaning on their unique strengths is a key...

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Bryan Dik, Ph.D. Chief Science Officer Sep 24, 2019

College Advice for Freshman: Four Things You Should Consider This Fall

For the sake of redundancy, I’ll skip the common college freshman advice to leave your door open in the residence hall and actually go to class. Both great tips (and you should definitely do those...

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Alex Mangialardi Sep 17, 2019

Career vs a Job: What’s the Difference?

Do you know that there is a difference between career vs a job?

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Colin Willis Sep 12, 2019

Examples of Career Goals for Each Step of Your Journey

Let’s go over some examples of career goals to help you set yours. Why is this important?

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Amy Huber, Science and Operations Lead Sep 10, 2019

jobZology’s PathwayU platform awarded $75,000: Selected winner of the National Science Foundation’s Career Compass Challenge Part 2

Wednesday, September 4, 2019: Last Friday the National Science Foundation announced jobZology’s PathwayU as the Career Compass Challenge Part 2 winner, granting jobZology a $75,000 prize.

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Isabell Park, Marketing Manager Sep 04, 2019

How to Find Your Calling: What Parents Can Do to Help Their Children

“How to find your calling” is not something we normally think about as young children. 

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Bryan Dik, Ph.D. Chief Science Officer Aug 27, 2019

What Career is Best for Me?

What Career is Best for Me? With summer past the halfway point, about 18 million students are thinking about heading off to, or back to college. For first-year students (and students still...

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Kurt Kraiger, Ph.D. Principal Psychologist Aug 22, 2019

Choosing a Career Path: Six Things You Should Try

Choosing a career path becomes a priority at different stages of your life. Starting college? Or returning to college after a summer (or longer) break? College is typically the last stop before...

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Colin Willis Aug 20, 2019

Holland’s Interest Inventory: Finding the Right One

Defining Interests

Holland’s Interest Inventory starts with your interests. Interests represent preferences for certain types of tasks of work activities. They are what keep us motivated and...

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Amy Huber, Science and Operations Lead Aug 15, 2019

Self Assessments for Students

Hear me out, the best way to prepare yourself to head back to school this fall is to take tests. Don’t worry, you don’t have to study for these types of tests – because they are all about you!...

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Alex Mangialardi Aug 13, 2019

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