A career that is rooted in one’s unique interests, personality, values, and abilities has enormous potential. Therefore, self-assessment is an important first step in one’s career decision-making process.
In addition to career decision-making, self-assessment can also help you capitalize on your strengths and avoid pitfalls as you progress throughout your career. The Career Center offers a suite of online assessment tools that provide insight into who you are and, through consultation with a career advisor, assist you in clarifying your career objectives.
Whether you are deciding on a career field, changing jobs or careers, or are interested in making the most of your current job, please contact The Career Center for information on our self-assessment tools.
Strong Interest Inventory (SII)
The SII is based on the idea that individuals are more satisfied and productive when they work in jobs that they find interesting and when they work with people who have similar interests. The SII takes about 25 minutes to complete and contains 317 items that measure your interests in a wide range of occupations, occupational activities, hobbies, leisure activities, and types of people. An appointment with a career advisor is required for access.
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
One of the most popular personality assessments, this tool helps you realize your individual personality type and can help point you in some possible career directions. An appointment with a career advisor is required for access.
CareerOneStop Self Assessments
CareerOneStop is an online resource, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, that offers the following self assessments: interests, skills and work values.
Provides business career self-assessments that assist individuals in clarifying possible career path matches within the business field. Career Leader helps individuals assess their unique interests, values, and abilities relevant to the business setting. Learn more.