Thoughtful reflection leads to courageous action.

Who Am I?

Articulating and reflecting on your strengths, interests, values and personality characteristics is essential to making meaningful decisions regarding your major and career. What are your passions, dreams, and goals? What is important to you? What do you value? What are you interested in studying? What are you called to do? We can help you discern the answers to these questions and bring your insights together in planning for your future.

Explore your personal career journey

Career Counseling

We can work with you one-on-one to clarify what you need and want in a career. Discuss opportunities and get feedback that can provide direction and guidance for your career exploration. Call 253.535.7459 to make an appointment.

Career Assessments

Gain insight into how your interests, strengths and personality align with specific careers, majors and occupations. Your career counselor will meet with you and discuss your results. We offer the following assessments free of charge to students and alumni who have graduated in the past 2 years.

Embark on your own career exploration

Big enough questions and vocational calling

Reflect on your what you’re meant to do in this world--related to your career, relationships, and participation in other organizations. Vocation challenges you to consider your connection to the larger world and how it fits with your personal development.

Personal values

Assess what you value. How can your personal values complement and play out in your workplace?


What are strengths in the context of a career? For example, what are your innate gifts, talents and things you at which you naturally excel?

Free, self-guided tools

WOIS - The Washington Occupational Information System

Several self-led assessments that can guide exploration. NOTE: Access WOIS through the Career Connections Opportunities Board (under Career Tools menu).

Career interest areas

Focus on interests and identifies career paths to explore by taking this 66 question assessment.

Interest profiler

Sort occupations based on whether or not you would like to do the work activities presented.

Skills assessment

Identify occupations that match your skills. It also shows you which skills are used by each occupation.

Work importance locator

Learn more about your work values and decide what is important to you in a job.


My Next Move: What Do I Want To Do For A Living can help you explore careers, industries and types of work you might enjoy.

Riley Guide

A directory of job, career, and education information sources that provides a comprehensive list of online assessments.

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