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BHSU staff become Myers-Briggs certified practitioners

Arlene Holmes, Black Hills State University career center director and Sara Elias BHSU career center counselor, recently completed the Myers-Briggs Type Indication Qualifying Program and are now Certified Practitioners of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator personality assessment. 

Holmes and Elias have met all qualification requirements and has demonstrated competence and skill in interpretation and use of the instrument.

Holmes also received funding to participate in the Myers-Briggs Type Indication Qualifying Program from the South Dakota Association of College Career Centers (SDACC).

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