"Fourteen of our Goodwill Career Solutions Centers have been using CareerScope for 4 years and conduct over 6000 administrations per year.  Our counselors find the data output to be compelling and at the same time easy to explain...Identifying participants' interests and aptitudes is a powerful combination."
Matt Gloster, Senior Director of Career Solutions
Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee, Inc.


"...I want to thank you for the incredible tools your company provides!  Without them, I would be completely lost in my role as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor/Evaluator and Transition Services Coordinator."
Donna Larson
Ashburnham-Westminster Regional School District, MA


"Broward County Schools has been using CareerScope since 1997 and it is available to all high school-level Exceptional Student Education students. CareerScope offers an excellent interest inventory and an aptitude test — I think these two features together make a great tool for not only Transition assessment, but also can be an effective tool in Transition IEP development. The reports that are generated are complete and extensive — it's easy to administer and interpret.

The aptitude test can give students and staff a realistic look at their skills as they relate to a particular profession. For students that are not being realistic it can be a motivator and a "wake up call," and for those students that underestimate their skills it can give them direction and hope that they can achieve beyond what they thought they could."
Louis M. Ruccolo, Transition Services Specialist
Exceptional Student Education

School Board of Broward County, FL


"As part of our facility’s requirements, we have each student complete a CareerScope assessment before they begin our careers class….This is a remarkable program that helps transition our students into the world of work."
Brenda Boyarski, Transition Coordinator
McCracken Regional Juvenile Detention Center – Paducah, KY


“Before CareerScope, we could only assess interest. CareerScope allows us to see the whole picture — both interest and aptitude — so that we can target the most realistic and promising career paths." 
Sandy Ring, Assistant Director of Student Life
Muskegon Community College – Muskegon, MI