Self assessment inventories
Career self assessment inventories are used as tools to help you identify your skills, values and interests as they relate to academic and career exploration.
Strong Interest and Skills Confidence Inventory will help you understand how your interests relate to the world of work and college majors and is available online once you meet with a Career Services staff member.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) will help you understand how your personality preferences relate to the world of work.
StrengthsQuest, the Clifton StrengthsFinder online assessment, is designed to help maximize one's potential by identifying your top five talents. You can use your results to leverage your strengths
to overcome challenges and reach your own personal academic and career goals.
If you are interested in taking either of these inventories, contact
Career Services to set up an appointment with a counselor who will help you determine the use of these resources in your career and academic planning. This process is done online with a follow-up appointment for a personal interpretation with a counselor. The inventories are offered to students free of charge.
MyMajors.com provides useful advice for students on finding a college major based on your interests. Take the short college major assessment and find your best fitting college majors! Simply complete the registration page and click "Start the Quiz!".
The information you provide about yourself will produce a career
profile showing to what extent your self-identified characteristics and
preferences match those considered significant in eighty career
O*NET Interest Profiler
The tool helps you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work.can help you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work.
Values Card Sort
Throughout your life you acquired a set of values — beliefs and ideas
that are important to you. In order to have a happy, successful and
fulfilling life, you must act
upon your values, both in your personal life and at work. Taking your
values into account when you choose a career could be the most important
factor that determines whether you will or won't be satisfied with that
aspect of your life.