Strong Interest Inventory - Available online, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences students (Fayette Campus ONLY) may take this interest instrument that matches students' interests with the interests of professionals in specific career fields. The results will be interpreted by a qualified professional to assist students in the career exploration process. Assessment Instructions
Myers Briggs Type Indicator - Available online, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences students (Fayette Campus ONLY)may take this personality inventory and receive feedback which will assist in identifying characteristics, enhancing understanding, and realizing motivations and natural strengths. The results will be interpreted by a qualified professional. Assessment Instructions
To take an Assessment, choose an assessment above and follow the Assessment Instructions. Each assessment should take approximately 20 minutes to complete. Once you have completed the assessment(s), please contact the Career Development center by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling x58255 to schedule an interpretation meeting.
FOCUS is a self-paced, online career and education planning tool for use by college students. Use FOCUS to help you choose or change your major and also to verify your preferences or early choice of a career field.
Access O*Net Online assessment software and assess your interests and abilities (available to CGES and CLAS students). O*Net Online also provides a wealth of knowledge about a variety of careers.
Occupational Outlook Handbook, published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, contains information on a variety of careers, including salary averages, market outlook, requirements, and descriptions.
CityTownInfo.com, This is a resource that offers information about nearly every city and town in the United States. The information is relevant to one's search for continued education as well as finding a career. It offers detailed information about schools, towns, cities, and many careers.
Use the Campus to Career Roadmap to help you plan your career starting your Freshman year.