Career Assessments

A career assessment can provide insight and direction to enhance self-knowledge and affirm your career direction or decide which careers to explore. There are different options based on your time investment and whether you want to consider your interests and/or personality.

You may meet with a Career Advisor to help make connections between your assessment results and your career exploration and planning process. To learn more, call 360-992-2155 or visit your Career Center in the Penguin Union Building (PUB) 002. The following assessments are available to students and community:



The SuperStrong assessment is a shortened version of the Strong Interest Inventory. This interest-based assessment helps you see where your interests intersect with potential major and career possibilities.

Strong Interest Inventory (SII)

The Strong Interest Inventory® provides robust insight into a person’s interests and career motivators, to help them to consider potential careers, their educational path, action steps and the world of work.


Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is the most widely-used assessment of personality type and preferences. The MBTI identifies and describes your strengths and unique preferences and helps you to answer the questions: “How does my personality inform my choice of work environment?” or “What careers are popular among people with my personality type?”  

Purchasing Strong and MBTI Assessments

Purchase career assessments at the Clark College Cashier's Office, and then visit the Career Center in the Penguin Union Building (PUB) room 002, to receive further instruction. You may also call the Career Center 360-992-2155 to pay over the phone by credit card and request instructions via email. Assessments are taken online and may be completed in the Career Center or off campus.
Upon completion, you will receive your results at a small group interpretation session. Please check the quarterly schedule for a convenient time and sign up to attend by calling 360-992-2155 or visit the Career Center at PUB 002.

Schedule of Interpretations (MS Word) |Schedule of Interpretations (PDF)

Additional Career Assessments

Less comprehensive, free-of-charge assessments of skills, workplace values, budgeting needs and personal job preferences are available on a walk-in basis at the Career Center, PUB 002 or online with the passwords to WOIS and CIS.