Career Assessments

Career assessments are useful for gaining insight and expanding awareness for your career and academic planning. There are different options for career assessments, from brief to in-depth, and with focus on interests, personality preferences, skills, or values. Review the options below and determine what seems right for you. 

You may meet with a  Career Advisor  for additional guidance about career assessment options and to discuss the results from an assessment. 



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


Strong Interest Inventory (SII)

The Strong Interest Inventory® provides insight into your interests and career motivators, and helps you identify good-fit careers and educational programs.



Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

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


Additional Career Assessments

Career Services provides several other career assessments. The following websites provide career assessments which require login information, which can be obtained by Clark College students through the MyClark@Clark page by selecting the "Career Resources" link. All others may obtain the login information by contacting Career Services at or 360-992-2902.

Roadtrip Nation 

Please contact Career Services at 360-992-2902 or with questions about these career assessments.