Who am I?

You are unique: Get to know yourself! Self-assessments can assist you to learn more about your Interests, Skills & Abilities, Personailty Style, Values, Favorite Subjects, and Positive Experiences. Each of these six areas provides important information about the person that you are AND aspects to consider for your future career choices!

Use the Personal Profile to keep track of your findings about yourself – Download it and save it to your hard drive! This will also be helpful for you in CALM!

Self-Assessment Tools

Learn more about who you are and what you want in work and life. Please complete at least one self-assessment from each of the follwoing areas: Interests, Skills & Abilities, Personality Style, Values, Favorite Subjects, and Positive Experiences. Record your findings on your Personal Profile.


Comprehensive Sites

Career Navigator & Quizzes http://www.jobsetc.ca/toolbox/quizzes/quizzes_home.do?lang=e
These “quizzes” are designed as a starting point in self discovery. Through the Career Quizzes you can explore your abilities, interestes and preferences as part of making a career decision.

NextSteps.org http://www.nextsteps.org/career/selfex.html
Use this youth-focused site to learn more about yourself. The first step in choosing a career path is to learn a little more about your self. What do you like? What is important to you? What are you good at? Before you can find a career that is right for you, you have to know who you are.

Career Development e-Manual http://www.cdm.uwaterloo.ca/
The University of Waterloo has designed a Career Development e-manual to help you think about the future and start your career.