Users can identify their specific needs and barriers and get information relevant to their current life stages — whether they’re postsecondary students, first-time job seekers, career changers, veterans, military members, disabled adults, ex-offenders, or retired seniors.
In 20 minutes or less, users complete three evidence-based career assessments to discover personal interests, skills, and work values.
Tools for the real world.
Users can prep for their next steps using simple tools to create a resume, cover letter, and list of references — and share them all via their e-Profile. They can also explore interview tips, practical professional skills, and much more.
Real-time reporting and communication.
Administrators can track individual progress and high-level trends, generate accountability reports, and quickly communicate with Journey users.
Learn more from our team of experts. Schedule a demo >