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    Welcome to Career Cruising!
     
    Career Cruising Website:  http://www.careercruising.com/
     
    EagleSomerset Students, please see your guidance counselor to learn how to effectively use this tool and for a username and password for the site. 
     
    What is Career Cruising?
    Career Cruising is an industry-leading online career guidance and planning system. People of all ages use our tools to find the right career, explore education and training options, and build their own portfolio. Our add-on products extend Career Cruising’s functionality, making it easier for schools to manage their course selection process, communities to meet their workforce development needs, and students to prepare for the SAT/ACT. Learn more about implementing Career Cruising at your school, library, or employment center on our Products page.
     
    New Features Coming Soon:
    Ability Profiler & Learning Styles Inventory
     
    Ability Profiler: 
    Career Cruising’s online Ability Profiler helps students identify their strengths and understand how their aptitudes and abilities match up with the requirements for careers that interest them.

    Measure Six Key Abilities:  Based on the paper-based O*Net® Ability Profiler, Career Cruising’s Ability Profiler consists of six timed sections designed to evaluate the examinee's level of ability in key areas:

    1.  Arithmetic Reasoning – Use math skills and logical thinking to solve problems in everyday situations.
    2.  Verbal Ability – Understand the meaning of words and use them effectively.
    3.  Spatial Ability – Form pictures of objects in your mind.
    4.  Computation – Use arithmetic operations to solve everyday problems involving numbers.
    5.  Clerical Perception – Quickly and accurately see differences in detail in printed material.
    6.  Form Perception – Quickly and accurately see details in objects, pictures, or drawings.
     
    Learning Styles Inventory:
    Career Cruising’s Learning Styles Inventory is designed to help users understand how they learn and retain information. The assessment consists of 20 questions in which users are asked about their preferences and tendencies. The Learning Styles Profiles analyze the responses according to three learning methods—visual, auditory, and tactile. Users may be identified as having a primary, primary and secondary, dual, or mixed learning style.
     
    Individualized Profiles
    The individual Learning Styles Profile displays the distribution of their responses in both chart and graph format. Users receive feedback about what it means to be a visual, auditory, or tactile learner, including tips and techniques for studying and learning new information.
     
    Accessing Learning Styles
    To access the Learning Styles Inventory, click on the Assessments button in the purple menu bar at the top of the page and then select “Learning Styles Inventory”. Users taking the assessment for the first time will be asked to enter their name. This ensures that users who print their profiles will pick up their own results and not someone else’s. Users can save their results to their portfolio and retrieve their profile at any time.

     

Last Modified on March 31, 2015