In 2020 our goals are to collect enough financial support to build a next generation website that can support and guide our supported groups through the entire, educational and career journey. This development will be accomplished in six key parts discussed below. Our financial goal is to reach $5,000 for the design an
Once a candidate has been identified the assessment will be key to the initial success of the program.
•The website will be linked to a Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment tool (test).
•The MBTI test is a robust tool to help an individual understand how the individual views the world, gathers and processes information (how they learn), how steadfast decisions tend to be and a general view of preferences and or temperament in all things (what are their passions)
•The assessment will present three relevant educational paths, with a see more feature
Once a student has chosen an educational path a demographic/learning study will be required.
•Once the candidate selects a presented educational path, the site will walk the student through a Demographic/Learning Style Questionnaire (DLSQ).
•The DLSQ is to determine the student’s need to financial assistance and preferences surrounding educational environment
•The DLSQ will help drive a ranking of universities based on the student’s needs (cost, location, learning style
•The DLSQ will allow the student to weight categories such as cost, institutional accreditation/reputation, online or in-person, scholarship/grants etc.
Based on the DLSQ and MBTI data the student can be matched with an educational institution.
•Educational institutions we be presented after the candidate completes a DLSQ & MBTI
•The selection list of educational institution will be based on an order of importance defined in the DLSQ & MBTI
•Once an institution is selected a summary of the selection assessment will be compiled into a format that can be sent to the admissions department of the chosen institution
•Generaladmissions request letters will be also generated with appropriate data for admissions considerations with information as to why the student is a good fit for the selected program
Support key functions during the educational journey.
•Website to issue monthly questioners about the educational journey and notify support departments at the educational institution such as a guidance counselors office
•Auto generated questioner to gather data for resume building
•Monthly newsletter with top hiring companies in the field of study based on databased such as Glassdoor and Indeed
•In the final semester a personal student portal will contain a final resume and cover letter wire-frames for submissions for employment considerations
•Upon graduation the student portal will contain a list of employers hiring in the applicable field
Once education is complete, we have two parts to the puzzle: Passion & Knowledge, now comes application.
•The website must use data tools from existing and internal employment databases to define culture and fit
•Examples of existing databases might include Glassdoor and Indeed
•A student portal cover letter should include the Success University model so employers can have confidence in the candidate – passion/desire/motivation and education are in place
•Volunteer groups can work with employers and university job placement departments to help categorize culture with a cultural/environment questionnaire that can be housed on the student portal as reference material for determination/selection
When a candidate has been hired by an employer, the support continues.
•The candidate will have a lifetime career/education portal (LCEP)
•The LCEP will allow the individual to maintain a current educational journey and career milestones should the individual ever need to find a new career
•A continuous list of top hiring firms in the individual’s career path will be maintained within the LCEP
•The candidate will be able to enroll in 6-month reminders to visit the portal to maintain a current profile and see any opportunities not available upon graduation