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MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) - $15
This assessment will help the individual identify job families and occupations that are a good fit for their MBTI type. It can help identify occupational categories and assist in the selection of a college major. It will identify strengths and potential weaknesses of a particular type for the career search process. It has been used for more than 60 years to help people become more satisfied and successful in their careers. The MBTI tool was developed by Isabel Briggs-Myers and Katherine Briggs and uses Carl Jung's theory of psychological typology.
The Strong Interest Inventory - $10
The Strong Interest Inventory instrument is based on the idea that individuals are more satisfied and productive when they work in jobs or at tasks that they find interesting and when they work with people whose interests are similar to their own. The Strong Interest Inventory instrument takes about 30 minutes to complete and has 291 items that measure your interests in a wide range of occupations, occupational activities, hobbies, leisure activities and types of people. Your interests are compare to thousands of individuals who report being happy and successful in their jobs. Your personalized report identifies your optimum career choices based on your interests and includes additional related occupations with concise job descriptions.
KUDERjourney - Free
Kuderjourney is a comprehensive, online resource to help you plan for the future. Learn about your interests, skills, and work values and use those results to build a personal career plan, explore occupational information, and plan for career success. Kuderjourney also offers three free career assessment tests to better plan for the future.
Go to www.kuderjourney.com
Contact the Transfer and Career Center for your free batch code.
Create your own account by clicking on New Users to the right. Already have an account? Click on Returning Users to continue using the system.
For questions about career assessments please feel free to contact the Career Center (805) 654-6411