To learn more about possible career opportunities that match your skills, personality or interests; take one of the following career assessments. Remember to schedule an appointment with a career counselor to discuss your results and help with planning a career that is best suited for you
All Assessments listed below are FREE to take!
- With all assessments, make sure you take it when you are not distracted. Also, answer the questions with your initial/gut response. This will offer a more clear assessment result.
- When done, print out and save your results! You will lose your results after you close the web page.
- For best use of results, make an appointment to see a career counselor to discuss.
If you are a current Crafton student and would like to take the full-length version of the Meyers-Briggs personality assessment and/or Strong Interest Inventory, please call 909-389-3399 for more details.
Your PERSONALITY may be very important in the type of environment and career in which you'll work best. Learn your personality type, take a free mini assessment now for your own results. Or request a full free version at the Career Center and schedule an appointment to meet with a Career Counselor.
Your INTERESTS can lead to a fun and exciting career that is also an area that you like to learn, have the heart to do, or currently do as a hobby.
INSTRUCTIONS: Once in the site, click on the Assess Yourself image or the "Begin Assessment". On the next page you can choose which assessment to take. If you have never taken a career assessment, start with the Interest Profiler, then the "Quick Assessment".
If you want a full free version, you may request one at the Career Center and schedule an appointment to meet with a Career Counselor.
Your STRENGTHS can help you to understand what you naturally do well in all areas of your life.
Knowing your strengths can help you to be more productive academically, help you to
understand how you better work with others, and how to communicate your strengths
to others. Most people who know their strengths are much more confident about who
they are and are able to identify what tasks, group projects, and work environments
will allow them to thrive.
INSTRUCTIONS: You can request to take the strengths assessment at the Career Center.