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Careers: Inventory and Interest Assessments

These sites contain online inventory and interest assessments. These assessments can help to create students’ profiles, identify skills, abilities, specific interests, and help to find a right career. There are eThemes resources on career exploration and job hunting.


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Have students take a career interest and skill inventory, then complete a career exploration webquest to learn a little more about where their futures might lead.
Read about a career assessment offered on this site. Follow links to take the "Career Key" assessment test. Click on the "Identify Your Job Skills" for help in choosing a career.
This is an online interest assessment that can help students identify their skills and interests.
This site matches skills and area of interests to find a corresponding occupation. Find out what skills are required for dozens of occupations.
Here kids can uncover their type of personalities and find out which careers match those types.
This personality test lets students rate and compare their own and friends' personalities.
Take this quick assessment to find out what type of work-style fits you best.
This site offers online MAPP assessment with results emailed to a user. Click on the "Take Assessment" link on the right, for the registration and test. NOTE: The web site is available by subscription only.
This site contains information about careers. Students can explore different positions in fields such as medicine, military, architecture, and television. Learn about different jobs, the required skills, training, potential pay, and working conditions. Includes information about making a career plan. An eMINTS WebQuest on careers is linked.
These sites have information about how to apply for a job. There are tips on how to find a job and fill out an application. Includes sample interview questions, videos of people talking about their careers, and a list of job openings.

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