Career Cruising provides several types of self-assessment skills tests designed to pinpoint specific interests and achieve learning goals. Career Cruising sells intuitive multimedia programs for use in schools, colleges, libraries and career workforce settings.
Career Cruising for K-12 is used by educational institutions as a tool to assist young students in discovering potential career paths through game play, videos and other digital content. The content is intuitive, allowing young people to research, plan and role-play various career choices. Its program is useful for college age students as well, helping students identify careers that best match their interest and skills. The program provides students with individualized feedback they can use for career goal planning.
Adults seeking a new career path can use Career Cruising to assess current job skills and identify areas of interest where their skills are most useful. Multimedia tools are used for further research into numerous occupations. The program includes multimedia interviews with career professionals, photos of workplace activities and sample career plans. Libraries make use of Career Cruising by offering skill assessment testing to library patrons. Individuals can access its national database of post-secondary educational opportunities, research colleges and specific programs of study.
Career Cruising provides its customers with product training and support services, such as newsletters, webinars and customized training.