Campbell Interest and Skill Survey (CISS)
The CISS can be useful in tool exploring, pinpointing, helping and assisting with your career assessment in the following ways:
- Exploring new avenues in career development. With the CISS instrument, students and adults learn how their likes, dislikes, and self-reported skills compare to those of individuals who are happily and successfully employed in a variety of occupations.
- Pinpointing areas of academic study that can build skills and, as a result, increase career options.
- Helping individuals seeking personal counseling to find occupations or vocations that help meet their psychological needs.
- Assisting employees who have been displaced by organizational restructuring and are faced with a job transition.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
Utilizing the MBTI to understand your Personality Type can assist your career development in a number of ways:
- It can help you select a career field that is a good fit for your personality make-up.
- It can increase your awareness of your learning style so you can better benefit from career related education.
- Understanding your personality preferences can help you better manage Job Challenges that inevitably rise their ugly heads during the course of our career.
- Knowing your Personality Type, and especially knowing the kind of detailed information a Step II MBTI report can provide, will aid you in a job search, both in marketing yourself and in evaluating opportunities that arise.
Strong Interest Inventory
The Strong Interest Inventory® assessment is one of the world’s most widely respected and frequently used career planning tools. It helps students — as well as people in transition — make fulfilling career choices.
While the Strong Interest Inventory is backed by unparalleled reliability and validity, it’s also easy to use. It guides career counselors through a process of comparing your results with people like you who have already found satisfying careers. It also generates a list of the top 10 occupations individuals are most likely to find rewarding.