Identify Your Strengths, Skills and Talents
Not all assessments are available at all Resource Centers. Check with your local Resource Center to find out which assessments they may offer.
Our professional staff can help you pinpoint your strengths, skills and talents to help you narrow in on occupations that will be right for you. We have a number of assessments available which can be done individually or in a group. Come to a Resource Center and talk with someone about which assessments might be right for you.
ONET Ability Profiler
Evaluate your potential in nine job relevant abilities. Results will indicate what jobs might be a good match for you.Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS)
Discover your literacy level by taking a basic reading and math test.Career Decision-Making System (CDM)
Complete this career interest inventory to help you organize your thinking about how your interests can relate to occupational options.ONET Interest Profiler
Identify and explore occupations that would likely be of interest to you with this interest survey. Available in both paper-and-pencil and computerized versions.ONET Work Importance Locator
Identify and explore occupations that would likely provide you with job satisfaction using this survey of work-related values. Available in both paper-and-pencil and computerized versions.Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Learn about your personality "type", your preferred methods of communication and how this all influences career satisfaction.Motivated Skills Card Sort
Identify the skills you want to use in your job/career.Career Values Card Sort
Identify your work values and the degree of importance they have for you.Barriers to Success Inventory
Identify any barriers you may have to obtaining a job or succeeding in employment.Self-Directed Search
Assess your interests with this survey
In some of our Resource Centers, you will find Vermont Student Assistance Corporation staff members to assist you. To fully understand VSAC's services, please see an on-site staff member or visit the VSAC web site.