Our platforms are built upon the work of experts like John Holland, whose theory of vocational choice has been the cornerstone of career development for decades due to its long-term success.
Holland’s theory states that most people correspond to a combination of six personality types: realistic, investigative, artistic, social, enterprising, and conventional (RIASEC). These six areas are known as Holland Codes, which can be ranked and utilized to explain a person’s tendencies in a work environment and with work interests.
Kuder’s college and career readiness platforms utilize Holland theory-based career exploration to provide student users with the perfect opportunity to learn about their own interests and how they related to the world of work.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the economy, ESSER funds became available to offer extra financial support to districts and schools. Leaders at Carter County Schools decided to obligate a portion of their available ESSER dollars toward additional Kuder system features to enhance the overall value of their college and career readiness program.