The job search process begins with an identification of your values, interests skills, accomplishments, experience, and goals. How can you seek a position if you don't know what you want from a job and what you have to offer prospective employers? Self-assessment, though a time-consuming process, provides invaluable information to facilitate career decisions and to prepare you to market your background effectively.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality assessment that assesses students on four criteria of personality. Based on the work of Carl Jung and Isabella Briggs-Myers, the resulting letter combinations show students how they perceive the world and how they make decisions. Click "Take test" under the Jung Typology Test.
The Campbell Interest and Skill Survey (CISS) is a vocational assessment with a career planner for college-educated individuals. Click on the link to log on.
The Values Checklist will help you organize and rank your top values. While planning for a career it is important that your personal values are in alignment and can be met in the career you are choosing to pursue. To clarify your top values go to www.careervalues.com
Stop by the Office of Career & Internships Services to access additional assessment tools.
|Last Updated on Friday, 25 May 2012 11:26|