Find the ideal Career.
Innate Careers™ is a tool which helps you identify the careers to which you’re best suited. We use the Core Values Index (CVI) assessment to measure your innate wiring then compare your results to an extensive database of career profiles. With years of experience helping people find their ideal place in the workforce, we can guide you toward careers where similarly wired employees are engaged, successful, and fulfilled. Once these careers are identified, the tool provides you research and earnings potential for each option so you can choose the ‘ideal career.’
The CVI characterizes and quantifies what Abraham Maslow called the unchanging, innate nature of the individual. That information reveals where a person can make their most productive, fulfilling, and successful contribution to the world. It’s also the most reliable assessment of its kind. A third-party research study gave the CVI a score of over 97 percent—the highest repeat score reliability of all such tests.
That’s why the CVI provides a clear and useful picture of the innate nature of any individual. If you were to take the CVI five years from now—or 10 years ago—97 percent of your assessment would be the same. Because that’s who you are, and once you know yourself, you can know a whole lot more about what you need to be happy in your career.
For more than 15 years, hundreds of companies have used the CVI to create profiles of over 1,000 careers. Innate Careers™ leverages this research to understand specific career and job functions in today’s marketplace and guide individuals toward careers where similarly wired workers are engaged, successful, and fulfilled.
$30,000 per year to become a barista at Starbucks?
I wish Innate Colleges was around for our first kid going through college because investing $30,000 a year in college to become a barista at Starbucks isn't my idea of a good return on investment. We feel Innate Colleges understood how our daughter is wired and pointed her in the right direction towards a fulfilling career at a college that fits her.Pat & Kelly G. - California