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Maximize the personal & academic achievement
of your students

While you support your students through evaluating their strengths, skills and abilities, give them the full story.

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Soft skills improve the chances of your students' getting a job by 66%

Yes, you read that right. Ensuring your students are lifelong learners, innovators, critical thinkers and effective communicators starts with their soft skills. Your role as a counselor is essential in guiding your students through this process. 


Collecting, analyzing and sharing soft skills data allows you to determine if a student is on track for graduation and beyond. Our data collection platform allows you to use soft skills and academic data to guide counseling programs to support students.

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Turn aspirations into reality for your students 


Our College/Career Survey prompts students to identify their career interests and aspirations. Incorporating their soft skills data with their academic data, helps counselors formulate a career path where their students are most likely to find success.

For example, if you have a student that has a goal to be a nurse and they are lacking in empathy, time management, work ethic, etc. how likely are they to succeed in this field? As a counselor, you would have soft skills data available to facilitate an informed decision on whether or not this student will be successful in this career. 

The future-readiness of your students depends on their soft skills

Counselors will have additional insights to help students find their best path to college and career with the soft skills requirements alongside academic and technology requirements.


Student EI enables counselors to view their students' soft skills, to create actionable goals, for a data-driven path towards future success. 

  • Get unmatched data that deepens your understanding of your students and informs your needs-based guidance plan.

  • The soft skills data, delivered systematically, helps you understand your students’ personal habits and the traits that shape how they learn, work and grow, as well as how they interact with others. 

  • Motivate learners by identifying their strengths and challenges bridging the achievement and opportunity gap. 

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