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Strong Interest Inventory® Course includes Online and Face-To-Face sessions


Find your passion with the reliable Strong Interest Inventory® assessment. Used by more than 70 percent of U.S. colleges and universities, the Strong Interest Inventory assessment is one of the world's most widely respected and frequently used career planning tools. Discover your interests, preferences and personal style to help make fulfilling career choices.

Career Intake Session 3030-6530

"The interpretation session reinforced and fine-tuned my perceptions of my interests."
Steven J.

"Chuck is very knowledgeable, personable and good to work with. The face-to-face interpretation of my results gave perspective to my experiences. "
William K.

Register any time-a representative will contact you within five business days
Location: Available Online
Instructor: Charles D. Hays, Principal, Retirement Directions, LLC, Milwaukee, WI
Fee: $75 (includes one hour of personalized feedback)
Program No. 3030-6540
Note: Your assessment is taken online, and your face to face feedback session will be scheduled directly and conducted at our Downtown Campus.
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Career Transitions Center,, 414-227-3243


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