In order to help you make the best career choice, it is important that a career assessment is used as one of the components to our school counseling process (ASCA, 2014, Section E).  Finding a career that best suites your interest, personality and strengths is extremely important, but it can also be overwhelming.  Below is a list of career assessments you can take to help you in your journey:


The MAPP career assessment

The Myers & Briggs Assessment


Career Education Basic Skills Assessment

Educator’s Toolkit

Holland’s Career Assessment

Good luck! If you need to speak to me after you have taken your career assessment, please, go to my appointment section and make an appointment with me.  I will be more than happy to help you develop a career plan.  Information on sample career plans can be found at: 

Always remember that as a counselor I “recognize that trust is a cornerstone of the counseling relationship [and as we work together to create your college and/or career goals, I] aspire to earn [your trust] and communicate [with you in a] competent manner” (American School Counselor Association, 2014, Section B). 

Read more about our American School Counselor Association and the importance of Social Cognitive approaches as you develop your careers at: