Self-assessment and self-reflection are a large part of the transition process! There are many types of self-assessment tests and quizzes you can take to learn more about your personality, interests, and preferences; those results can be very helpful in figuring out what your next step could or should be!

O*NET Career Exploration Tools
-This site allows you to use 3 different types of self-assessment tools to figure out what types of jobs may be a good fit for you. The tools include:
*Interest Profiler (printable version and computerized version)
*Ability Profiler (printable version)
*Work Importance Locator (printable version, computerized version listed as Work Importance Profiler)

O*NET Skills Search
-This skill search asks you to check off the skills you feel you have/would like to develop and will then generate a list of careers that match the list you created. You can learn more about the careers immediately from the list; click on a career title and start your investigation!

-This assessment helps students identify and understand their learning style; it can be scored by the student and has recommendations for techniques that support the students learning style

-This assessment helps students identify how strongly they advocate for themselves to get what they need or want; there is a combination of short answer and rating scale questions spread across several different categories