Although our testing is completely confidential, these former clients have graciously consented to share their stories. Some have chosen to use pseudonyms.
Going Green: A San Francisco client's long-term goal towards green architecture and virtual reality is becoming real.
Robin: A mid-career mother, Robin, and her high-school daughter learn about their aptitudes and each other.
From Oceanography to Economics: D.M. from Atlanta had been thinking about studying oceanography, but testing pointed him in a totally new direction - economics!
Patricia Keyes: A teacher of fifteen years finds a new career that utilizes her newly discovered auditory aptitudes.
From Programmer to Teacher: A very satisfied client talks about how testing inspired his total career change.
Payne Family: Everyone in the Payne family (7 in all) has been tested!
Anna Stephenson: Anna, a Life Coach in the Houston area, uses aptitude testing for herself and her clients.
Dr. Huntington Lyman: Dr. Lyman discusses how knowledge of his aptitudes has guided his career as an educator.
Garth Johnson: In an email to our LA office, Garth Johnson shares how testing inspired his career plans.
Five Veterans: Read what five veterans who participated in American Corporate Partners' mentoring and career counseling program had to say about aptitude testing.
Law Firm Owner: In Finding My Place in Law, a client finally finds a setting that fits with her aptitudes and with what is personally important to her.
A Private Investigator: Through aptitude testing, a private investigator uncovers a satisfying career.
Anne O'Hara: Anne shares how testing helped her weld together her artistic dreams and her aptitudes.
Hope Grant: Hope makes a connection between aptitude testing as a teenager and her current career plans.
John Alterman: In Sixty Years of Guidance, John tells us how his aptitudes have shaped his career.
Susan Wider: Susan talks about what having many aptitudes means to her.
Will McIntyre: Accomplished professional photographer Will McIntyre discusses aptitude testing and his career.
Unhappy Manager: An unhappy manager learns he may be better suited for consulting.
Software Professional: A software industry professional uses her test results to help chart her course.
Chris Dupin: Chris wrote an article which appeared in Markets magazine (published by Bloomberg) about how aptitude testing can help people find the right niche in business careers.
Robert Pease: Robert describes being tested soon after his graduation from engineering school in an article which originally appeared in Electronic Design magazine.
Paul F. Duflo: Business Journal published The Examined Life by Paul F. DuFlo.
Dr. Joel Orr: Dr. Orr discusses how he and his wife's knowledge of their aptitudes helped them better understand each other. It appeared in the journal Computer-Aided Engineering.
Anita Cheng: A teacher refines her role in teaching after taking our tests.
Follow-up Survey: We're sometimes asked if the Foundation keeps up, in any formal way, with past clients. Dr. Linda Houser-Marko of our research department recently sent a follow-up survey to a group of early-career adults who tested with us in the past few years.
College Student, Carly Summer: In Listening to Myself, via an exchange of emails Carly Sumner, a college student, ponders her next steps in moving from medicine to music.
Alexa Pagel: A recent college graduate, Alexa, writes about how knowledge of her aptitudes has help her find the right niche in her chosen field.
Victoria: A mid-career mother and her high-school daughter, Victoria, learn about their aptitudes and each other.
Lucy Lewis: Lucy Lewis wrote Choices, Choices Everywhere for her high school newspaper and has allowed us to include it here.
Three Students: Three students discuss with their educational consultants Mary and Dave Reece how aptitude testing helped make plans for college.