Automatically Create More Meaningful Connections Between Students and Employers
Deliver a More Personalized Online Career Discovery Experience to Students
Reach More Students and Keep Them Engaged in Their Career Discovery Process
Increase Internship and Full-Time Offers by 4X for Your Students
Scientifically Validated Soft Skills & Values Assessment
Social Media-Like Employer Discovery Feed for Students
"Casually Browsing" Privacy Controls so Students Can Choose When and Where to Share Their Information
Automatically Personalized Virtual Career Advice for Students Directly from Employers
Single Destination for Employer Content, Day-in-the-Life-of Stories, Employee Testimonials, and Career Advice Directly from Employers
Real-time Student+Employer Engagement Reports and Data Analytics
Student Assessment Results include Key Characteristics, Motivations, Skills, Interests, Strengths, Ideal Roles/Companies and Personal Growth Areas
Provide Right-Fit Career Paths Aligned to your Students’ Unique Blend of Strengths, Motivations, and Interests
Utilize Machine Learning to Optimize Future Student + Employer Connections
An innovation-focused career advising grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has accelerated our ability to serve students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. With their support, we’ve focused our efforts on serving the United Negro College Fund Career Pathways Initiative in 2018. We are connecting students, universities and employers via technology that develops personalized career pathways and helps universities improve and measure job placement outcomes of graduates. By funding our technologies and research, the foundation is furthering its mission to develop viable solutions in career advising that enable career discovery.
An implementation grant by the Strada Education Network has accelerated our ability to provide access to advice from employers to students at Harris-Stowe State University. In a study by Gallup and Strada Education, advice from informal, work based sources was ranked as the most helpful but least used by students. The network will leverage key findings from The Whether to further their research purposes.