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A transformative approach to career discovery 

Get your students excited about their future with The Challenge Cards

Matching students to job titles is no longer serving our students. The realities of our changing world of work demands that we help them look beyond those titles and seek the challenges that inspire them.

The Challenge Cards are designed to help students develop a Challenge mindset, flip the traditional approach, and discover a career path based on real-world challenges. Now available in the original Challenge Card packs and the digital platform

Used in the following schools

           

The Digital Challenge Cards

This digital, interactive experience helps students find a career path based on exciting, real-world challenges, not job titles.

Schools, colleges and universities are bringing meaningful career education to all their students through this innovative digital tool.

How it works

Students use a web app to explore challenges and identify the three career challenges that intrigue and inspire them the most. Each student then receives a customized Challenge Profile with a career exploration action plan.

Students use a web app to explore challenges and identify the three career challenges that intrigue and inspire them the most. Each student then receives a customized Challenge Profile with a career exploration action plan.

Educators receive access to Challenge Cards training, plus a private online community and a growing library of videos, worksheets, activities, and presentations to help students design a path to an inspiring career.

 

Adam Grant

“Too often, we end up in the wrong career because we ask the wrong questions. JP Michel’s Challenge Cards are cleverly designed to fix that.”
Adam Grant, author of Originals and Give and Take, and host of the TED podcast WorkLife

"Offers a springboard to a new and insightful conversation with students about the impact they want to have on the world."
Maggie Graham, Career Coach

"The unique challenge approach is on point with younger generations—the tool is refreshing, simple and easy to use."
Mary Konow, Career Counsellor

"It encourages young people to imagine their futures creatively and enthusiastically."
Barry Schwartz, Author, The Paradox of Choice