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There are thousands of education and career paths that may not be on your radar. Wouldn’t it be helpful to know what they are – and which ones suit you best? Whether you need career counseling or college admissions advice, your interests and personality type can help lead the way.
It can be difficult to decide on a career. Fortunately, Julie Raynor Gross has some expert advice about how to choose an education and career path that aligns with your unique personality and interests.
How do you find a career with purpose? On The Myers-Briggs Company Podcast, Collegiate Gateway Founder and President Julie Raynor Gross explains how the MBTI and Strong Interest Inventory assessments can help pinpoint career options that match your personality and interests.
In learning environments, Judging types want structure and clearly defined goals. Perceiving types want flexibility and the freedom to seek out new ideas. This post offers learning strategies and growth tips for both.
We all have different learning styles. Thinking types want logic and direct feedback to properly evaluate information and make decisions. Feeling types take a more personal, values-based approach. This post offers learning strategies and growth tips for both.
We all have different learning styles. Sensing types need to know the facts first. Intuitive types want to see the big picture before they get any details. Both are valid. This article offers learning strategies and growth tips for both.
We all have different learning styles. Extraverted types process information externally and act before they think. Introverted types process information internally and need time to think about things on their own. This post offers learning strategies and growth tips for both MBTI types.
We all learn in different ways. You may learn best through practical, hands-on activities. Or through conceptual, “big picture” theories. Read about the different learning styles of all 16 MBTI types here.
These four MBTI types are least likely to graduate college because their learning styles don’t always match traditional models of college instruction. Here’s some insight into how these four personality types learn best.
Irene Hwang is a college sophomore who wanted more insight about how her personality type will affect her future career. In her video, she talks through the MBTIonline Careers portal.