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A Pro Tip for PathwayU Learners:  Start Building Your Social Capital

You've taken the PathwayU assessments, read through your results, explored your career matches, and identified a few career paths that pique your interests. Now what?

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Bryan Dik, PhD, Chief Science Officer and Kurt Kraiger, PhD, Principal Psychologist Jul 10, 2023

Don't Be The Unsung Hero On Your Campus

If you are reading this perhaps you too passionately believe that today's career center has evolved to be a critical part in ensuring all learners have a successful post-secondary education. While...

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Eric Leftwich Apr 24, 2023

What's all the Hype About?

If you only recently learned of PathwayU, you may be wondering what the hype is about. PathwayU is an online career guidance platform. We call it the career and educational compass. The platform was...

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Bryan Dik, Ph.D. Chief Science Officer Mar 16, 2023

Outcomes for Students AND Your Institution

We love to get client feedback, not only because it informs continuous development of our career decision platform, but also because we discover new ways PathwayU schools are employing our software.

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Kurt Kraiger, Ph.D. Principal Psychologist Mar 06, 2023

Connect Your Students to Employers Earlier

One of the central functions of a strong career services center is to connect students and employers. Not only do students want to find employers for internship and post-graduation job...
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Kurt Kraiger, Ph.D. Principal Psychologist Feb 09, 2023

Do Your Students Take Your Career Assessment Then Say, So... Now What?

I originally published this blog in Jan of 2022.  One year later , it's even more relevant today.  Let's stop assessing students and start really guiding them.  

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Eric Leftwich, Chief Revenue Officer Jan 13, 2023

Understanding Your Work Values Is Key

Calling all career counselors and advisors...   

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Bryan Dik, Ph.D. Chief Science Officer Jan 02, 2023

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