“It is our responsibility to better translate personal values and interests into directional pathways,” said Davis. “We must connect the classroom to real-world experiences that fit the modern workforce employers are looking to hire.”
Through a guided, interactive self-discovery experience, learners in PathwayU translate their unique values, interests, personality, and workplace preferences into career options that align with what they want to become. Having this knowledge inspires confidence and the desire to persist and graduate.
Since PathwayU’s introduction, over 1.2M assessments have been completed by 500,000 learners at 160 colleges and universities. Enrollment teams appreciate having useful data about their prospective students' that improve communication and enhance trust in their brand. Academic advising teams are better able to help students pick the right major and provide them with confidence that their education will have a superior ROI. Career advisors are able to view comprehensive data to better inform in-person meetings with students.