Discover and Define Yourself

College is a time of discovery. You discover new friends, new places, new interests, and new things about yourself. Be intentional. Take this time of discovery to discern who you are and what you offer to the world. Investigate what your strengths are, what your interests are, what your values are, and how these relate to personal, academic, and career success. The Career Development Center (CDC) offers several tools to help you during this time of exploration. Our tools are vocational assessments, not tests. These vocational assessments indicate how your personality, values, talents, and interests can link you with potential career areas, and give you the tools to explore the various fields available. To learn more about these exploration resources, click on the buttons below.

 

    

 

Note: Access to certain assessments requires a consultation with a career coach to receive instrument instructions and another consultation for interpreting your results. You can make an appointment with a career coach here.