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Information on Self-Assessments
Choosing a career path has a lot to do with your interests, values, and personality. Using the Self-Assessment process one can begin exploring and evaluating complex decisions such as choosing a major or career field.
If you need help exploring your options, you may find the following services helpful:
Career Development Center
Jung Typology Inventory: HumanMetrics
Personality Assessment - Your type formula according to Carl Jung and Isabel Myers-Briggs typology along with the strengths and preferences.
Interest Assessment – CAREERWISE MN Careers
Dr. John Holland's theory of vocation is the basis for most career inventories used today. CAREERWISE’s Mn Careers Interest Assessment is a short (42 item assessment) that assists users to identify their interests using Holland’s codes. CAREERWISE is a Minnesota based career, exploration, and job resource.
Skills Inventory - CAREERWISE MN Careers
This assessment lets you rate yourself on 35 different skills and then see which occupations are a match for the skills that are important to you. The results will provide you with a list of occupations and how your skills transfer to those fields which could be used in selecting a career path or during an interview to talk about how your skills set are a match for the position.
Career Development Seminars and Events of interest of St. Thomas students.
Career Center Blog
Blogging career and job search news to Tommies everywhere