Career cards

What if you could 'EXPERIENCE' all careers before taking your pick?

Career Cards

To choose the right career, you need to:

  1. Experience all possible career options.

  2. Match your interests, strengths, aptitudes and natural traits to potential career choices.

We enable you to:

  • Experience different careers.

  • Talk to professionals across industries.

  • Analyse your strengths, aptitudes, dominant natural traits.

And when you are ready, you can choose a career goal.​

Aspiring Pilot

While in school, it's your time to have fun! So, why specialise?

You can be a doctor, an engineer, a coder, and the likes... you could be all of them!

Our Goal Guidance Curriculum

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Exposure

Each career choice is made clear to the student in 6 steps: Interactions with career professionals, role playing, movies, articles,
peer discussions and tasks.

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Data Collection

Over 2 years, we track the strengths and interests of students through app touch-points, test scores, interactions with our counsellors, inputs from family members and friends.

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Decision Tree

A career choice is a great one only if it is enjoyable in the long run. The decision tree gives a pool of career choices for students based on those that fit, those that suit, those that don't fit, and most importantly, those that are 'Njoyable!

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Counsellor

Our counsellor elaborates on the decision tree results, suggests improvement areas and the road map for a few chosen careers.

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When you want to decide your career goal, imagine yourself in your dream role, live in it, and understand whether it suits you.

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Testimonials From Our Goal Champs

Thanglenlal (5th grade)

Kaur(9th grade)

 I really liked the session as my child was really enjoying he really did this session with great enthusiasm and he really liked it and I will really like to thank the teachers of whatismygoal to guide the childrens and I really think that there should be more session like this one. Thank you.
 

Father of Tristuv(5th grade)