Nurture your child's dreams.


We offer resources and tips for the important role parents play in a child's college and career planning journey, including a free system account where parents can review progress, education and career portfolios, assessment results, and more.

Parents helping children plan for careers
7 Tips to Make Your Child Career Ready

You're probably the biggest influence on your child's career choices.

Help your child answer the questions, "Where am I going? How will I get there?”

How a parent can support a child's career development
A Parent's Role in Career Selection

A mom weighs in on how she's supporting her daughter.

Being a part of the career planning process is an investment worth making.

Elementary Career Development Activities

Elementary Career Activities

Looking for a way to engage young learners?

Use these downloadable activities with pre-K-5 students at home or in the classroom.

SEL Goal-Setting Activity for Elementary Students

Goal-Setting Activity 

Why should everyone, including children, set goals?

Take some time to help your child begin this important habit with our fun activity.

Kuder Galaxy

Kuder Galaxy

Elementary Career Awareness

Help them get a jump on tomorrow.

Kuder Galaxy is a fun and educational career awareness system for elementary students in grades pre-K through five. The system is aligned with the U.S. National Core Curriculum standards and delivers developmentally appropriate content based on learning transitions. Galaxy's flexible format empowers teachers and parents to provide a game-driven, interactive, and motivating experience. 

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 Kuder Journey
Kuder Journey

Postsecondary & Adult Career Transitions

Prepare them for brighter futures.

Kuder Journey gives college students and adults the tools they need to select a course of study, research careers, secure financial aid, develop electronic portfolios, search for jobs, and more. 

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