Undecided on which major to choose? You’re not alone. It can be difficult decision. There are many different career self-assessments out on the internet. We have provided you with access to a few. Please don’t hesitate to reach out for additional information. These below do require you to create a free profile, and go through their site to take different assessments. There is also a link on the right that will take you to a paper RIASEC assessment. Those can be done in person with Meagan Newman or on your own.
Under the My Profile link there is a link to three inventories: Interest, Abilities, and Values. Once those three inventories have been taken, then a career map is created for you to look at areas where interests overlapped. If you don’t understand, or want assistance in exploring this profile, please go ahead and take the inventories, and then set up an appointment with Meagan Newman in the Academic Advising Office. She can be reached by calling 580-745-2058 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Select New Users from the Login Area. You will need an activation code for this profile assessment. If you are interested in using this profile, please contact Meagan Newman by calling 580-745-2058 or at email@example.com. Once you have created your account, you will be directed to your Journey home page. To access the system’s tools and resources select a tab from the top navigation menu. Your home page also provides a link your messages, to do list, recommended links, and account information where you can update your profile, upload a photo, and change your grade level each year or your user type/background information. The first step in the educational and career planning process is learning about yourself. Click on Assessments from the top navigation menu and choose Take an Assessment and click on one of the assessment titles. To get started, you will select the desired education level/degree that you plan to attain. Once you complete the assessments, use your results and the other available tools from the top navigation menu to support your ongoing education and career exploration and planning.
Your first step is to create a profile as a new user. You can then go to the Career Planning located on the top navigation bar. One of the most helpful first steps is to take the Learn About Yourself assessments. This profile then gives you additional tools and information to find and explore various careers. If you don’t understand, or want assistance in exploring this profile, please go ahead and take the inventories, and then set up an appointment with Meagan Newman in the Academic Advising Office. She can be reached by calling 580-745-2058 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.