The path to college and career readiness begins with self-discovery. The self-discovery tools let students learn about their strengths and reflect on their interests, while assessments provide suggestions on how to apply personality traits in school, career and life.
During this process, students gain a clear understanding of the academic preparation required to pursue careers that are likely to be fulfilling for them. This insight means that students are more likely to successfully accomplish their post-secondary goals.
The Gallup StrengthsExplorer® assessment identifies students' three strongest emerging talents and lays out strategies for students to capitaliz on strengths and apply them towards success in school, career, and life. The assessment is recommended for students in grades 6 – 10.
Once students have an understanding of who they are, Naviance empowers them to learn about what they want to be and how to get there. The Roadtrip Nation Interview Archive features student conversations with accomplished individuals who have defined their own road in life to achieve unique goals.
If you think it is difficult to get students excited about learning Chemistry, it is decidedly less hard to get them excited about learning about themselves. So why not harness that willingness to engage and put it to good use, in the form of self-discovery?
Students find interviews meaningful and relevant to their lives today.
Get in touch to see how Naviance can empower your educators to meet your school or district’s college and career readiness goals.