Choosing a career often begins with self-assessment.
The assessments described below can help you learn more about your interests, personality, skills, and values.
No single test can tell you "what you should be." Successful career planning may require an appointment with a Career Specialist.
Assessments sponsored by Career Services
Assessments can be taken at Career Services or in the convenience of your own home/location. Please call (920) 498-6250 for a FREE Access Code.
We strongly recommend scheduling an appointment to review your results.
- Career Cruising (www.careercruising.com) offers Career Matchmaker, a survey to help you find careers related to your interests. You can then use Career Cruising to explore those careers.
- WisCareers (http://wiscareers.wisc.edu) helps you assess your career interests, work values and skills. Take any of the inventories, then enter your scores to learn about occupations that match your results.
- MyPlan (www.myplan.com) uses personality tests, interest inventory, and other tools to help you choose a career.
Other Online Assessments and Career Information
O*Net http://online.onetcenter.org/ "Skills Search" allows you to explore and identify your skills, with an opportunity to consider careers related to your skills.
Learn How to Become is a great resource to search career paths and to research education options, job details, and salaries.
Bureau of Labor Statistics Kids Page is designed to provide information for K12 students about careers related to class subjects.