Cuyamaca College Personality Assessment and Career Suggestion Worksheet
A- 1. Write a one-page reflection, create a Powerpoint presentation or create a video answering these questions:
Describe the Informational Interview – Work-Based Learning Activity and industry you chose and explain your reasoning for these choices.
Who did you interview? What is their job title?
What does a day in the life look like? Was it similar to your expectations?
What steps would you need to take to get there from where you are now?
What types of work-experience or internships would be valuable as you are working toward your final goal?
What is the salary range of the job you chose?
What are some aspects of the job that are most appealing to you? What aspects of the job do you think you would find most challenging or unappealing?
What surprised you?
How did you feel going in to the interview? How do you feel about it now?
Did you find this assignment to be valuable? Why or why not?
B- First, pull up your Personality Assessment (AchieveWORKS-Personality) in your portfolio in CollegeScope. It is located right under Assessments when you first log into Chapter 1 – Personal Awareness (CollegeScope).
Then, make sure to read through your report and click on all the links and earn various badges. Download the PDF of your assessment and attach it to this Discussion after you have read it through and looked at possible careers and clicked on badges. Save a copy on your computer.
Next, take a look at the Personality Page website: http://www.personalitypage.com/ (Links to an external site.)
Review your Portrait: http://www.personalitypage.com/html/portraits.html (Links to an external site.)
Review common Careers based on your Personality Type: http://www.personalitypage.com/html/careers.html (Links to an external site.)
Feel free to review more. After reading about Personality Type and looking at this website, here are questions for this Extra Credit assignment:
What is your four digit type?
Explain each of your letters and how it makes you who you are?
E versus I
S versus N
T versus F
J versus P
What does your type say about you in Careers? What are you interested in and how will your Personality Type work in your field of study and your future career?
What does your type say about you in relationships? How do you get along with people and what types do you work well with?
Do we need all types in the workforce and in school? Why?
You can write this directly as a text entry and/or upload a Word Document and upload here for 10. Enjoy learning more about you and your Personality Type!
Feel free to go back to review chapter 1 on Personality type and don’t forget to respond to two other students.