Self-assessments are available to assist you in identifying your interests as you consider your future career. Follow the links provided or contact the Center for Career and Calling at (626) 815-2103 to take one or more of the following assessments.
This 30-minute assessment reveals your top five themes of talent. You receive an online code and password as well as access to other online tools to help you maximize your top strengths. Learn more and purchase a Strengths code from APU’s Noel Academy for Strengths-Based Leadership and Education.
Strong Interest Inventory
Request login instructions from the center to take the Strong Interest Inventory from your computer. The scales indicate a person's basic interests and general occupational themes, compare similarities with professionals in given occupations, and explore personal styles associated with job satisfaction. The results are sent to the Center for Career and Calling, where you will have the opportunity to meet with a consultant to review your results.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Identifies: Personality Type, Career Options
This personality type assessment measures your preference for paired characteristics: extravert/introvert, sensing/intuiting, thinking/feeling, and perception/judgment. This can assist you with understanding how your preferences can influence job selection, work environments, and employers. Contact the center to take this assessment.