Uncover Skills & Interests

Selecting a career path and major are two of the most important decisions you will make as a student. Take a closer look at your skills, interests, and values with the help of a career coach who may suggest one of the assessments below, followed by an interpretation of your results.

checkmark Chart Progress with our Career Readiness Checklist 

Self-Assessment Tools

Setting meaningful and achievable career goals rely on personal insight and reflection on your:

  • Interests - things you enjoy and have fun doing like hobbies and social activities.
  • Skills and abilities - your strengths such as organizing, speaking, writing, planning, and problem-solving.
  • Values - what's important to you and keeps you motivated like making a contribution to your community, providing leadership, or having job security.

Online Assessments

In-Person Assessments


    The SDS is the world's most widely used career interest inventory.  

    » Takes 20-30 minutes to complete and 15 minutes to review results during drop in hours with a career coach.


    The MBTI is a personality assessment designed to measure preferences in how one perceives the world and makes decisions. Understanding your basic preferences can help you explore career environments that are best for you. 

    » Speak with one of our MBTI certified career counselors to determine if this assessment is appropriate for you. If so, you will be provided a login and password for access to the online MBTI assessment.

    » Cost: $16.00 for a detailed report and interpretation of results by a MBTI certified career coach in a one-hour appointment.


    Card sorts are an effective way to prioritize and categorize skills and values in a way that can aid individuals in career decision making. 

    » Allow one hour to complete and receive feedback from a career coach.