HES Self-Assessment Resources
There are a wide variety of resources out there to help you identify your values, interests, personality and skills and begin to clarify the elements of your next job or career. From books like What Color is Your Parachute? or Designing Your Life to online assessments or advising appointments, all can be useful tools in the career development process.
- Schedule an appointment with an HES career adviser via Crimson Careers
- Attend a relevant HES Career and Academic Resource Center (CARC) webinar, such as Navigating a Successful Career Change or Innovate Your Career with Design Thinking
- Career Leader: Contact Amanda Peters for information on how to access Career Leader, an online self-assessment program. This tool is recommended for students who know they want a career in business, but are unsure about their best fit with regard to industry or functional area. (Note: there is a cost for this assessment, $25 for students, $75 for alumni)
- StrengthsProfile can help you identify what you do well and what you love to do.
- The My Career Story workbook (pdf) aims to help you tell, hear, and author your own life story.
- The National Career Development Association Internet Sites for Career Planning includes free self-assessment tools such as: