Who Am I?
What is Self Assessment?
Self-assessment is the first step in the career development process.
The Career Center offers the below self-assessments. In order to take one or more of them, you must meet with a Career Counselor either via a drop-in session (check our hours for drop-in times) or by appointment. You and your career counselor will determine which assessment best meets your needs.
Once your assessment is complete, please schedule a one-hour appointment with a Career Counselor to review your results, go over any questions you may have, and talk about the next steps in your career development process.
Do What You Are
This assessment is based on personality type and developed specifically for college students. It takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. Students can research careers and maintain information in their e-file.
Features of Do What You Are include:
A Career Counselor will provide you with the information needed to take Do What You Are. Once you receive that information:
Myers Briggs Type Indicator
This is a personality inventory that allows individuals to learn about the degree to which they express their preferences for eight aspects of human personality. It takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.
Strong Interest Inventory
This inventory matches your interests with the interests of people who have been in career fields at least three years and are satisfied with their work. It takes approximately 45 minutes to complete.
This inventory looks strictly at your [self-reported] abilities and then ties those to possible careers.
This inventory looks at your interests and breaks them into 16 clusters. We can then explore your top clusters and how they tie to possible careers.