Ask yourself, ‘Does that even make sense?’
(Deciding to make a $100,000+ educational investment based on $100 worth of information that takes 20 minutes to collect).
If it does, then I have some other investments I would like to talk to you about…
Most students today want the short answer to the question, ‘How do I choose my career (or major)?’ The only problem is, this isn’t a short answer type of question. And getting it wrong can result in spending lots more money – and still not getting through college.
Most counselors and schools want to give the short answer also, which is usually based on a 20 minute assessment costing about $100. They want you to make a quick decision, because they know quick decisions will likely cause you to be in school much longer (allowing the school to make more money).
We take a different approach. Because we also work with businesses to measure job fit and employee success, we can provide both the tools and a proven process so students can leverage the most relevant information to make wise college and career choices. Choosing a college before finding careers that match the way a child is wired – or by looking at only one area of their wiring – is a lot like playing the childrens’ game ‘pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey’. They are so dazed and confused that if they choose the right direction – it is by total accident. The best way to succeed, in the game and in life, is to slow things down and gather your bearings (i.e., more information) before making your choice.
PeopleRight Careers puts first things first. Our state-of-the-art career assessment instruments collect information on a wide variety of skills, aptitudes, gifts, behaviors and interests, and we show you how to use all of this information to make wise choices that will increase students’ odds of long-term career success.
It’s as easy as 1-2-3.
- Sign up by choosing your desired delivery method (private, group, or self-study)
- Complete both of our state-of-the-art assessment instruments
- Receive your feedback and make better plans for your future.
PeopleRight Careers Overview
3 Types of Career Assessments
Ultimate Student Success Process
“You will be most effective when you use your spiritual gifts and abilities in the area of your heart’s desire, and in a way that best expresses your personality and experiences. The better the fit, the more successful you will be.”
Rick Warren, author
The Purpose Driven Life