Middle School: Connecting the
Future Dots

Inspire exploration from an early age.

The Myers-Briggs Company equips middle schools with the VitaNavis platform to guide students through structured education and career exploration that affords them a window into themselves and their future.

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From the earliest ages, students are guided through a program of self-understanding where they can unearth their unique strengths, interests and values and apply that to their daily learning and activities. Students are enabled to explore what they might like to do when they grow up by using their own data about who they are, what they like to do, and how they interact in school, helping them to prepare for high school and the future world of work that awaits them.

Students Will Explore:

Awareness Building

The RIASEC framework, an acronym for six personality traits — realistic, investigative, artistic, social, enterprising and conventional — which help young people and grown-ups alike become aware of their unique strengths, interests and values.

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General Occupational Themes, which provide information about how a student’s answers match with people who work in and are satisfied with particular jobs.

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54 different careers, including real estate agent, paralegal, dietitian, reporter, graphic designer, sociologist, urban and regional planner, financial analyst and more.

Focusing on Early Impact

VitaNavis allows students to focus on their interests and strengths. The VitaNavis platform connects students’ interests to real world job opportunities, unlocking engagement and persistence from the earliest age.


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