- Getting ready to go to college but not quite sure what to study?
- Already in college, but having second thoughts about the degree you have chosen to pursue?
- In the workforce, but want—or need—to change your career path?
If you find yourself in one of these populations, relax. It is common for one’s vision for their career to become out of focus, regardless if they are a student or a working adult. But you can change that by engaging in a self-assessment process. Self-assessment can reveal your personal attributes, values, skills, interests and personality traits, and knowing these can help you make an informed career choice.
Begin your self-assessment journey here
Take the PathwayU self-assessment to learn about what occupations are a good match for you, decide where you need more training or experience, identify the skills you bring to a job, write more personal, detailed resumes and cover letters, and consider careers you may not have thought about before.
Take these career assessment to learn about different careers that might suit your values, interests, personality and skills. The assessments consist of questions about what you like and don’t like. The website will generate possible careers based on your results. We recommend you take the following assessments:
The Career Center: Here for all students and alumni
Regardless if you are a traditional student on Indiana Tech’s main campus, or a non-traditional student taking courses online or at one of our regional locations, the Career Center encourages you to get acquainted with and begin using its array of career services, beginning your first year at our university. We created an easy-to-follow Career Path of a Warrior to help you stay on track through your college career. Measuring your progress and achieving your goals are an essential in transforming your education into a successful career path. The more effort you put into following these recommendations, the more prepared you’ll be for the career you desire after graduation.
Indiana Tech’s Career Center provides resources to help all of its students develop into confident professionals. Discuss your needs with an Indiana Tech Career Coach. To schedule an appointment, call 260.422.5561, ext. 2217, or email email@example.com.