Where do you want to start? Clark College career assessment resources are available to students and community members and can be used to affirm your career direction or decide which careers to explore.
The Career Center offers Strong Interest Inventory (Strong) and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessments for a small fee. The assessments are taken online and results are provided at a pre-scheduled small-group interpretation session.
- Spring Quarter Schedule of interpretationse: MS
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Less comprehensive, free-of-charge assessments of interests, skills, workplace values and personal job preferences are available on a walk-in basis at the Career Center, GHL 108. The free internet-based assessments are accessible from any Clark College computer. Current students may obtain passwords for off-campus access. Go to:
CIS (Oregon Career Information System) for Interest Profiler, Occupation Sort and SKILLS Assessment.
WOIS (Washington Career Information System) for Career Interest Areas, Work Importance Locator and others
Bridges, open the Site ID tab, enter Site ID & Password, select Choices Explorer, Start with a Quick Quiz
To find occupations based on your interest code (Holland Code) go to O*Net Online, Advanced Search, Interests and enter your code.
Take the Washington Career Bridge Explore Careers Quiz to help students assess strengths and interests.
Several sections of Career and Life Planning (HDEV 100) and Career Exploration (HDEV 101), offered weekdays, evenings, weekends and online, are listed in the Human Development section of the course catalog. The MBTI, Strong and other assessments are covered in the career classes.