Self-Assessment is a process where you can evaluate your
personality, skills, and interests. A Self-Assessment can help you
identify types of jobs or a career you may be interested in.
Stop by the Career Center for a free Self-Assessment or visit one of
the sites below to take a Self-Assessment online. A Career Counselor
can help you review your interests, discover careers you may be
interested in, and identify options to pursue your desired career.
- Career Coach Career Assessment provides a self-assessment that will help you determine careers that may be a good fit for your personality and interests. At the end of the assessment you can save your results and come back to view them later.
College Foundation of North Carolina offers a free
Self-Assessment called The Career Key to help you identify
occupations that match your interests. Register (if a new user)
or Log-In and view the Career Key and other self-assessments
under the CFNC Career Center.
College Answer is
another site with various Self-Assessments – some are free of
charge and others do have a fee. This site is approved by the
National Association for College Admission
North Carolina Career Resource Network
(SOICC) offers Self-Assessments, Career Exploration, and Job
O*Net Resource Center
serves as the nation’s primary source of occupational
information, and also has free self-assessments. Download their
program online to take their self-assessment or stop by the
Career Center to utilize this online assessment.
users to search jobs, post resumes, or get tips on careers and
This Page was last modified on
May 01, 2009