|Strong Profile, College Ed, plus Strong and MBTI® Career Report||$2,000.00||strong||online|
|Strong Profile College Ed||$1,300.00||strong||online|
|Strong Profile, Standard Ed + Strong and MBTI® Career Report||$1,900.00||strong||online|
This personalized report clearly identifies how one’s interests and themes link to various jobs, work settings, and career fields.
|Strong Profile, College Ed and Interpretive Report||$1,900.00||strong||online|
|Strong Profile and Interpretive Report||$2,100.00||strong||online|
|Strong Profile, High School Ed and Interpretive Report||$1,750.00||strong||online|
|Strong Profile, High School Ed||$1,300.00||strong||online|
|Career Exploration for College Students|
Using the Strong and MBTI® Tools to Chart Your Course
Help guide your students through the process of career exploration
In today’s workplace, the only constant is change. Career Exploration for College Students addresses the turbulent business environment by providing strategies for job design, career portfolio development, and work-life balance. The booklet will empower your students to use their Strong and MBTI results to develop a personal mission statement, consider the role of work in their life, develop interests that are transferable, and prepare for a unique career journey.
|Skills Confidence Inventory Manual, Revised Edition|
Get the most out of your Skills Confidence Inventory administrations. With the recently revised Strong Interest Inventory® assessment, its companion, the Skills Confidence Inventory is more reliable and valuable than ever. The manual discusses measurement and assessment construction topics and zeroes in on the practitioner’s needs with tips for administration and interpretation as well as case studies and reproducible masters.
|Strong Interest Inventory® College Profile User’s Guide|
Jeffrey P. Prince
Get vital insights to use the College Profile with confidence and creativity
This user’s guide is an invaluable resource for practitioners who are currently using the Strong College Profile or considering adding it to their repertoire. The guide discusses strategies for interpreting Strong results both with individual students and in workshop settings, and it zooms in on working with challenging profiles and specific student populations. Special features include a case study and more than 20 reproducible masters.
|Strong Interest Inventory® User's Guide|
Judith Grutter and Allen L Hammer
Hone your Strong skills with this indispensable practitioner’s tool. Two preeminent authors and practitioners offer practical insights into administering and interpreting the Strong assessment in this must-have resource. An overview of the Strong and general strategies are just the beginning in this powerful tool. The guide goes deeper to discuss interpretation strategies for especially challenging profiles and client-specific approaches that work. Answers to frequently asked questions and a set of reproducible masters round out this indispensable tool for new and experienced users of the Strong instrument
|Strong Interest Inventory® Manual (with Supplement)|
The Strong Manual, with the new supplement, is the most comprehensive guide to understanding and administering the Strong assessment. • Provides detailed descriptions of the GOTs, BISs, OSs (updated in 2012), and PSSs, as well as the administrative indexes • Offers vital insights into each of the 260 occupational samples—including O*NET codes, broad descriptions, and related occupations—plus interpretation strategies • Gives directions for using the Strong in educational institutions, outplacement centers, and employment offices to help students, career changers, or displaced employees find meaningful direction • Features the latest research, including reliability and validity of the assessment
|Where Do I Go Next?|
Fred Borgen and Judith Grutter
Help clients focus and stay motivated during their career search This interpretive booklet enables clients to work through their results on the revised Strong to better understand their career interests, and provides expanded information to help explain their results on the GOTs and Basic Interest Scales. The booklet also supplies descriptions of the Personal Style Scales, with lists of preferred interests, skills, abilities, work tasks, and occupations to target the best career for your client.