My Way Proforientation’s new project
My Way Proforientation Center, which has been operating in Uzbekistan since 2017, developed a project that meets international standards to help making the right decision in choosing a profession.
The center, which is the official partner of the Humanitarian Technologies Center for Testing and Development of Moscow State University and having the exclusive right to use “Career counselor”, “Career master”, “Career navigator” software and others, conducts introductory testing among 9th grade students for career counseling.
One of such events was held at the secondary school No. 60 of Tashkent with the support of the Ministry of Public Education.
Passing the Personality and Profession tests within the framework of Career counselor program allows to identify individual characteristics of students. Based on the obtained data, the specialists of My Way Proforientation Center conduct conversation with students, identify their interests and aspirations, provide recommendations on the choice of their future profession.
The project, which currently covers 5 schools, is planned to be implemented in all schools of the capital in the future.
Davron Sunnatov, photos by Farkhod Abdurasulov, UzA