Journey is tailored to the unique needs of postsecondary students, first-time job seekers, career changers, veterans, military members, disabled adults, ex-offenders, or retired seniors.
The system’s dashboard features intuitive left navigation that delivers content and activities in a proven-effective career planning sequence that enables users to:
While the system is set up in this way, users are free to progress through the system’s content tabs in any order they wish. Journey’s dashboard prominently features a clear view of users’ progress toward completion. This progression is guided by “My Next Steps,” which suggests in-system tasks appropriate for each user type.
Kuder’s assessments uncover what individuals like to do (interests), what they’re confident doing (skills), and what’s important to them in the workplace (work values). Combined all three take 20 minutes or less to complete.
Users can explore 1,000+ occupations, plus create lists of occupations organized by assessment results, clusters and pathways, and/or title.
Users can determine which college major is right for them by exploring their options using assessment results, occupations, and by title.
Users can find out the education and/or training requirements for occupations of interests, find schools, learn about financial aid, search and apply for scholarships, and more.
Users can view and complete a sample standard job application and learn about the job interview process, including the objectives and stages of a job interview, tips on how to prepare, common questions, recommended attire, and best practices for follow-up.
The system prepares individuals for the job search process by providing information about applications and interviews. Users can access their My Portfolio Items for additional job search tools to create resumes and cover letters and collect references as well as upload documents and build a shareable e-Profile.
Users can build and maintain a lifelong portfolio, view their favorite career pathways, work values, occupations, schools, majors, etc., and record information in a notes tool. They can also upload documents and build a shareable e-Profile.
The KCIA is a validated assessment and is empirically aligned to the 16 National career clusters and 79 Career Pathways or the Holland Work Environments (RIASEC Code). It uniquely allows individuals to seamlessly explore their interests as they directly align to specific career clusters and pathways, related occupations, and sample education plans.
Like the KCIA, the KSCA is a validated assessment and is empirically aligned to the 16 National career clusters and 79 Career Pathways or the Holland Work Environments (RIASEC Code). The KSCA measures an individual’s self-perception and confidence to do a suggested task or complete an activity. The assessment results allow users to explore suggested career clusters and pathways, occupations, and education plans.
The SWVI-r gauges the significance individuals place on 12 values in relation to job satisfaction. The assessment generates a report that ranks workplace values according to preference. Knowing what values motivate an individual and having information about how to access education programs or occupations allowing the individual to obtain those values is a vital component of job satisfaction.