• Career Assessments

    Links to Career Assessments

    College Foundation North Carolina (CFNC)  (http://www.cfnc.org)

    CFNC offers many different resources including online career assessments. Students can create their own account. Once you have an account sign in and hover on "Plan" (orange bar near the top of the page) and choose "For a Career". On the page that comes up, choose "Learn About Yourself". A page with several assessments will come up. It is suggested that you start with the "Interest Profiler."

    Education Planner   (http://www.educationplanner.org)

    Education Planner is a career and college planning site. The information you need to research careers, choose a Postsecondary school, apply on-line, and find ways to finance your education are located on this site.

    The Princeton Review Career Quiz   (http://www.princetonreview.com/quiz/career-quiz)

    A free quiz that determines your most liked interests and work style.

    Free Career Test ( http://www.yourfreecareertest.com)

    This site is good for a quick career test.  It gives you the results of what career you should look for based on interests, and then list colleges that offer those degrees.  It is free, and easy to do.  The site does not require you to sign up for anything.

    ASVAB Career Exploration Program (http://www.asvabprogram.com)

    Designed to help students learn more about themselves and the world of work by identifying and exploring potentially satisfying occupations, and developing an effective strategy to realize their goals.

    Jung Typology Test  (http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win)

    Assessment that is based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator which measures personality preferences and provides the four-letter type associated with the MBTI.

    Personality Types (http://www.16personalities.com/personality-types)

    Based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, a tool for identifying sixteen different patterns of action, this website provides information and profiles of the sixteen different types of personality.

    Work Keys--Key Train  (http://www.keytrain.com)

    If you are a senior who has to take the WorkKeys test, please see Mrs. Leary in the Career Center (T6) for your username and password for the KeyTrain site so you may begin practicing for the assessment.