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  • 3 Smart Cubes: A variety of free tests you can take online.
  • Age Appropriate Transition Assistance Guide: Ongoing process of collecting data on the individual's needs, preferences, and interests as they relate to the demands of current and future working, educational, living, and personal and social environments.
  • Career Assessment Worksheet (PDF): This activity may help you to identify patterns and preferences in your interests and activities.
  • Stop wasting time in the wrong career. You'll stop working for a living when you find you love a job. Do an assessment of your career today.
  • Careers: Deciding what you want to do with your life can be overwhelming. Going to college, enrolling in career and technical training, taking a great job, or starting your own business are all possibilities. Whether you're investigating careers, exploring education and training, or looking for a job, this website has tools and information to help you make informed decisions.
  • Careers.Utah.Gov: Utah's career connection. Free inventory to see how you learn best and process information.
  • Casey Life Skills: Here you will find free and easy to use tools to help young people prepare for adulthood.
  • CITE Academic Learning Styles (doc) (pdf): Free on-line inventory to see how you learn best and process information.
  • DWS (Department of Workforce Services): Provide employment and support services for our customers to improve their economic opportunities.
  • Holland's Six Personality Types: According to John Holland's theory, most people are one of six personality types: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional.
  • Just For Youth: Look into employment, just for youth.
  • Learning Styles Assessment: Free on-line inventory to better understand how you prefer to learn and process information.
  • Library Support Provides links to free and for fee based tests for personality, careers, fun, and articles about different tests and what they evaluate.
  • Myers & Briggs Foundation: Talks about the different personality types tested by the Myers & Briggs and how they are structured, put into categories, and into 16 different types of personality.
  • NSTTAC (National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center): Help meet the school to post-secondary settings transition and indicator 13 needs of teachers, professionals and families.
  • NCLD - Assessing Interest/Abilities: Taking a closer look at your interests and abilities can help you make better choices whenever you're faced with big decisions regarding the future. Before setting your goals, it's a good idea to think about what you enjoy doing most, what you're good at, and how challenges that lie ahead might impact your future.
  • O*Net OnLine: Serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.
  • Personality Tests: These resources are of value for those who want to learn about themselves.
  • Red Rocks Community College: Provides a free on-line inventory to better understand how you prefer to learn and process information.
  • Utah Mentor and Choices: The new home for all your Choices products including: Choices Explorer and Choices Planner.
  • Utah State Office of Education (USOE) - Assessments: We serve the public by providing measurable information about Utah students’ core knowledge, skills, and abilities; acquired through high quality valid and reliable assessments.
  • Vocational Information Center: Career Development and Guidance: Worksheets, Handouts and Workbooks.
  • Workplace Values Exercise: Workplace Values Assessment: Do You Know the Work Values You Most Want in a Job and an Employer - and Does Your Current Employment Reflect Those Values? A Quintessential Careers Quiz.