Background working on master’s fdegree, career oriented, divorced, mother, outgoing, both introvert and extrovert, strong-willed, independent, wear my heart on my sleeve, giver not much of a taker, emotionally, determined, like challenges, realistic not much of optimistic, leader, team player, honest, vocal, observant, bashful
Career Inventory Instructions
STEP I: Directions for taking the O*NET Interest Profiler
1. Click on the link: O*NET Interest Profiler. Follow the directions (click “Next”) and take the O*NET Interest Profiler.
2. Once you have completed the O*NET Interest Profiler, record your numeric results for each of the 6 Holland codes. Print the results.
3. Read the Explore the Job Zones information to determine your preferred job zone. You may print the information.
4. Select your preferred Job Zone and click “Next.”
5. Read the Interest Profiler Potential Careers. Explore any careers that may interest you. If there are no careers that interest you, click the “Find More Careers” option.
I am interested in business owner, counselor, probation officer, school teacher(special education
6. Make sure that you can identify the following from Step I:
· Your primary interest area (highest score),
· Your secondary interest area,
· Your current job zone,
· Your future job zone, and
· Identify at least 2 occupations and their O*NET-SOC Code matching your primary interest area.
7. Save the information from this assignment to complete the Who Am I self-reflection paper.
STEP II: Take the Value Sort found below:
1. Value Sort Step 1: What I Value Most…
From the list of values (both work-related and personal) found on the next page, select the 10 that are most important to you as guides for how to behave or as components of a valued way of life. Feel free to add any values of your own to this list, but only identify 10 values when making your final selection. Write down or circle the 10 values.