Career Center

Career Assessment

Strong Interest Inventory - $20

The Strong Interest Inventory guides students and clients (high school, college, or alumni) in assisting with a career of choice they may be interested in. Students are scored based on six theme codes (General Occupational Themes): Artistic, Realistic, Investigative, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional. Each theme code provides an in-depth look at a variety of occupations students may be interested in. During the review process, students will have a better understanding, and help them answer questions such as:

  • What other kind of work can I do?  
  • How does my interests align with my career choice?
  • Where can I start my career search after college?    

What you will get.

A full interpretation of:

  • Holland's Six Work Styles
  • General Occupational Theme Scores and Ranked by Interpretive Comment
  • Top 10 Occupations
  • Occupational Scales
  • Interpretive Report
  • Personal Styles Scales
  • Profile Summary
  • Career Questions Worksheet

This assessment would assist the student in a possible career path of interest- especially for those undecided. It takes about 30 minutes to complete the online assessment and 30-45 minutes for an in-person review. Our career department would be happy to review the student’s results on a one-on-one basis. To take the Strong Interest Inventory Assessment, submit a request below, and a PUC career counselor will reach out to you.

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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator – MBTI Assessment - $20

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) guides individuals to find work congruent with their personal preferences. The MBTI Career Report does just that by providing type information to clients that can help them resolve their career or educational concerns. This information will be useful for career exploration, development, decision-making, and planning.

Specifically, the MBTI can be used to:

  • increase self-understanding and self-awareness.
  • identify problems in information gathering.
  • identify problems in decision making.
  • arrive at a developmental diagnosis.
  • identify specific occupations that are attractive.
  • identify specific occupations that are unattractive.
  • identify the amount of desired job structure or flexibility.
  • identify the amount of contact with others that is desired.
  • identify strengths and weaknesses and suggest areas of development relevant to careers.

What you will get:

  • Your unique personality type and clarity of your preferences.
  • A thorough look at how your type affects your career choice, exploration, and development.
  • Help you to choose a specific job or career.
  • Assist with selecting a college major or course of study.
  • Increased job satisfaction.
  • Ability to plan your career development strategy and action steps.
  • Help you make a career transition or shift.

To take the MBTI Assessment, simply submit a request and a PUC career counselor will reach out to you.

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