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Holland Codes Resource Center CATALOG Holland Codes Resource Center 4133 E. Siesta Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85050 (602) 569-1050 Customer Service: learning4life.az@gmail.com http://www.hollandcodes.com


Table of Contents Holland Personality Types, Codes, and Hexagon Model ............................................................... 3 Holland Code Resources ................................................................................................................. 4 Test Summary Table ....................................................................................................................... 5 Features of Career Tests.................................................................................................................. 8 Myers-Briggs Type Indicator .......................................................................................................... 9 PICS Career Survey ...................................................................................................................... 11 Self Directed Search Assessment & Finder PRINTED or INTERNET Versions ........................ 12 Strong Interest Inventory .............................................................................................................. 14 College Profile Report .......................................................................................................... 18 Adult, High School, and College Profile Reports ................................................................. 18 Standard, College, or High School Interpretative Reports ................................................... 19 Transferable Skills Scale............................................................................................................... 20 Bulk Career Tests .......................................................................................................................... 22 Career and Life Explorer .......................................................................................................... 22 Career Exploration Inventory ................................................................................................... 23 Career Interests Inventory ......................................................................................................... 24 Strong Interest Explorer ............................................................................................................ 25

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Holland Codes

Resource Center of Arizona™ 4133 E. Siesta Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85050 (602) 569-1050 Customer Service: explorecareers@gmail.com http://www.hollandcodescom

“Helping Others Improve Their Lifestyles” Hi, Thank you for your interest in the Hollandcodes.com web site, Holland Code Career Model, and Holland Code Resources. We have enclosed additional information about –  

Holland Codes and Holland Career Model Self-Directed Search Products –  Form R  Assessment  Occupational Finder  Form E  Assessment  Job Finder

Holland Personality Types, Codes, and Hexagon Model

John Holland (1985) developed a system of work personality types to classify jobs into job categories, interest clusters, and work environments. In the Holland Career Model, people have interests in working in one of the six Holland Code areas –    

People Data People and ideas Things and data

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Things Ideas Ideas and things

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These Holland Career Model areas are matched to Holland Codes– Holland Career Model Areas Things Ideas and things People and ideas People People and data Things and data

Holland Codes Realistic Investigative Artistic Social Enterprising Conventional

Holland Code Letters R I A S E C

Holland Code Resources Holland Code Assessments link vocational interests to job families. The result of the assessment is the generation of a three-letter or two-letter RIASEC or Holland code. Different Holland Code assessments provide information on the relationship between these job personalities and key characteristics, college majors, hobbies, abilities, related careers.

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Test Summary Table Here is a table that summarizes the following career tests –       

Career and Life Explorer Career Exploration Inventory Career Interests Inventory My Career Profile and Unlock the Treasure Chest Self Directed Search - PRINTED or INTERNET Versions Strong Interest Inventory assessment Transferable Skills Scale

The ratings are based strictly on staff evaluations: The Test Rating System is UU= somewhat useful UUU = very useful UUUU = extremely useful

Assessment

Format

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) measures how people think, communicate, and interact. MBTI identifies strengths and weakness that may influence the career exploration process. MBTI identifies job families On-Line or potential careers, provides Assessment information on colleges or other forms of training, creates strategies to evaluate a possible career transition or job shift, and develops a career plan. Self-Directed Search Assessment & Finders Form R Assessment provides students with information on the relationship between job personalities, key characteristics, careers, hobbies, abilities, and related, college majors. Self-Directed Search Assessment & Finders Form E Assessment provides students with information on the relationship between job personalities, key characteristics, careers, hobbies, abilities, and related, college majors.

Measures Interests, Holland code Themes, and preferences Matches Holland Codes to careers

Ease of Use

Audience

Rating

Easy to use, computer generated report

Adults, High School Students, and College Students

UUUU

Adults, High School Students, and College Students

UUUU

Adults and High School Students who need “Easier to Read Format”

UUUU

Interests, Printed Personalities, Assessment Skills and Finder Easy to use, Self-scoring. Matches On-Line Holland Assessment Codes to careers Interests, Personalities, Skills

Printed Assessment and Finder Matches Holland Codes to careers

Easy to use, Self-scoring.

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Assessment

Format

Self-Directed Search Assessment & Finders Form Career Explorer (CE) Assessment provides students with information on the relationship between job personalities, key characteristics, careers, hobbies, abilities, and related, college majors.

Measures

Ease of Use

Interests, Personalities, Skills

Printed Assessment and Finder Matches Holland Codes to careers

Audience

Rating

Easy to use, Self-scoring.

Middle School Students

UUUU

Easy to use, computer generated report

Adults, High School Students, and College Students

UUUU

Adults, High School Students, and College Students

UUUU

Strong Interest Inventory Assessment provides information on the relationship between interests, work activities, skills, values, work styles, learning environments, leadership styles, and college majors. Scores on the level of interest on each of the six Holland Codes or General Occupational Themes. Holland Code Themes include – Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional. Scores on 25 Basic Interest Scales (e.g. art, science, and public speaking) Scores on 211 Occupational Scales which indicate the similarity between the respondent's interests and those of people working in each of the 211 occupations.

On-Line Assessment

Interests, Holland code Themes, Occupations, Personality Styles Matches Holland Codes to careers and college majors

Scores on 4 Personal Style Scales (learning, working, leadership, and risk-taking). Scores on 3 Administrative Scales used to identify test errors or unusual profiles. Strong Interest Inventory Editions – Standard, High School, and College. The Transferable Skills (TS) Scale is a researched and validated assessment. The TS Scale is a short assessment that identifies an individual’s strongest transferable Printed Transferable skills. The eight (8) TS Skills are: Assessment Skills   

Analytical Numerical Interpersonal

Easy to use. The results match Transferable Skills to hundreds of related occupations. Supplemental sheet matches Transferable Skills to Holland Codes.

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Assessment     

Format

Measures

Ease of Use

Audience

Organizational Physical Informational Communicative Creative skills

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Rating


Features of Career Tests Here are the features of some career tests -

Career Decision Making Tool

Self Directed Search

Strong's Interest Inventory

MBTI

Format

Printed

Printed

On-Line

On-Line

Reading Level

Youth/ Adult

Youth/ Adult

Youth/ Adult

Youth/ Adult

Holland Codes

X

X

X

Personality Styles

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X

X

X

Interests

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X

X

Abilities

X

X

X

Skills

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X

X

Values

X

X

X

X

X

X

Occupational Lists

X

Motivational Gifts

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College Major Search Database

Internet Resource Provided

X

Career Search Database

Internet Resource Provided

X

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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment is the most widely used personality assessment in the world – more than 2 million assessments worldwide each year.

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment is   

Reliable, valid, versatile, and dependable - Used for more than 50 years Guide to understand individual differences Source of understanding on how people think, communicate, and interact

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a career assessment test and a personality test. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) types are in four groups –    

Extraversion / Introversion Sensing / Intuition Thinking / Feeling Judging / Perceiving

The type indicates a preference.        

The Extrovert prefers to focus on other people and things. The Introvert prefers to focus on internal thoughts and ideas. The Sensing person prefers to use the five senses to receive information. The Intuitive person receives input from internal thinking processes. The Thinking persons judges using logic. The Feeling person uses affective measures to judge. The Judging aspect of the type results in sequential step-by-step mental processing. The Perceiving responds in a spontaneous and flexible way.

The results from the MBTI produces the 16 types – 1. ISTJ 5. ISTP 9. ESTP 13. ESTJ

2. ISFJ 6. ISFP 10. ESFP 14. ESFJ

3. INFJ 7. INFP 11. ENFP 15. ENFJ

4. INTJ 8. INTP 12. ENTP 16. ENTJ

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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Career Report The MBTI Career Report is a career exploration tool that helps you –      

Identify strengths and weakness that may influence the career exploration process Identify job families Choose a potential career Select a college or other form of training Provide information necessary to evaluate a possible career transition or job shift Develop a career plan

The MBTI Career Report has information on –     

MBTI Results – Reported Type and Clarity of Reported Preferences MBTI Types and Career Choice – preferred work environments, and action steps MBTI Types and Career Exploration – Strengths, challenges, strategies, and action steps MBTI Types and Career Development – Strengths, challenges, strategies, and action steps MBTI Types and Job Families – Job family ranking, Most attractive job families, Moderately attractive job families, Least attractive job families, Most popular occupations, Least popular occupations, and Tips for succeeding in atypical occupation.

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DELIVERY INFORMATION: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Career Report is an ON-LINE, Holland Code career self assessment test. When you complete your transaction, you will receive two e-mails. The first e-mail confirms payment received. The second e-mail lists the following information      

Product Title Transaction ID Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Career Report Web Site Link Username Password Our contact e-mail explorecareers@qwest.net

Once you are transferred to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Career Report web site, you enter your User Name and Password, and access to the web site is immediate.

PICS Career Survey

The PICS Career Survey is a Picture Interest Test and an easy-to-do Holland Code assessment that uses 36 sets of 3 pictures as a quick way to –  

Explore their career interests Find a job that fits

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The PICS Career Survey is an excellent career test for ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS and for other people   

Who are In ESL/GED programs Who have limited reading ability Who have limited knowledge of English

The PICS Interest Test   

Takes less than fifteen minutes to complete and score Uses pictures of people at work Is self-administered and self-scored

To finish the Career Survey (PICS), you   

Look at 36 sets of 3 pictures. Choose which of the three portrayed occupations seems most interesting. Total the number and kind of pictures selected.

As bonuses, with each purchase, you receive the Career Locator and Career Planning Worksheet. The Career Locator matches Holland Code interest areas to 600 careers. Careers are placed in one of the following groups – Careers that require Short Term On-the-Job-Training, Moderate Term On-the-JobTraining, Long Term On-the-Job-Training, Associate Degree, Bachelor’s Degree, Professional Degree, and Postsecondary Vocational Training. On the Career Planning Worksheet, you record information about education required, projected earning, job outlook, skills, and next step.

Self Directed Search Assessment & Finder PRINTED or INTERNET Versions Self Directed Search Assessment & Finder Form R

The Self Directed Search Assessment is   

Easy to use - Complete the career assessment in 30 minutes. Tested, proven, and dependable - Used by over 22 million people worldwide. An excellent resource - Self Directed Search gives you a two or three-letter RIASEC or Holland code that tells the relationship between job personalities, key characteristics, college majors, hobbies, abilities, and careers.

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The Form R Assessment Booklet consists of several sections: Ranking Activities, Competencies, Occupations, Self-Estimates, How To Organize Your Answers, What Your Summary Code Means, Some Next Steps, and Some Useful Books. The 198-item Assessment Booklet is written at a 9th-grade reading level. The results from the four sections are placed on a Counting Sheet. The Holland Code scores are counted. The three highest scores are placed in the Summary Code Boxes. The Self Directed Search Form R Occupations Finder has a list of 1,309 occupations matched to Holland Codes. From the SDS Assessment, clients search the Occupational Finder for occupations with matching or similar codes--jobs that will be most satisfying to them. Clients write the job that appeal to them on the What Your Summary Code Means page on the SDS Assessment Self Directed Search Form R INTERNET Version The Self Directed Search INTERNET VERSION is   

Easy to use - Complete the career assessment in 30 minutes. Tested, proven, and dependable - Used by over 22 million people worldwide. An excellent resource - Self Directed Search gives you a two or three-letter RIASEC or Holland code that tells the relationship between job personalities, key characteristics, college majors, hobbies, abilities, and careers. Updated to include careers from Information Technology Indusry

With each purchase, the user receives by e-mail an identification number and password to generate a confidential, eight-to-twelve page interpretive report including information about 1,309 occupations matched to Holland Codes. After an individual takes the test and enters the User ID number and assigned password, the customized report is sent directly to the test-taker’s computer, where it can be stored or printed for easy reference.

Self Directed Search Assessment & Finder Form E The Self Directed Search Assessment Form E and Job Finder is for clients who have limited reading skills. The reading level is 4th to 6th grade levels.-Self Directed Search Assessment & Finder Form E The Self Directed Search Assessment Form E and Job Finder is for clients who have limited reading skills. The reading level is 4th to 6th grade levels. 13


The Self Directed Search Assessment and Career Booklet Form Career Explorer The Self Directed Search Career Explorer (SDS CE) Assessments and Career Booklets are for clients, students, and children who have a reading level of 3rd grade.

Strong Interest Inventory

For nearly 80 years, the Strong Interest Inventory assessment has guided thousands of individuals in exploring careers and college majors. The Strong Interest Inventory assessment is the most respected and widely used career planning instrument in the world. The Strong Inventory is a professional career interest inventory that is –  

Well researched and extensively validated Used by career coaches and college counselors worldwide

The Strong Interest Inventory is an on-line Holland Code assessment that helps you identify   

Interests Holland Codes Careers

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The results include – 

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Scores on the level of interest on each of the six Holland Codes or General Occupational Themes. Holland Code Themes include – Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional. Scores on 25 Basic Interest Scales (e.g. art, science, and public speaking) Scores on 211 Occupational Scales which indicate the similarity between the respondent's interests and those of people working in each of the 211 occupations. Scores on 4 Personal Style Scales (learning, working, leadership, and risk-taking). Scores on 3 Administrative Scales used to identify test errors or unusual profiles.

Use the Strong’s Inventory to –         

Explore and identify careers related to your interests Choose education and training options that match your interests and Holland Codes Understand how your personality is related to your interests Determine your preferred learning environment Understand your leadership, risk-taking, and teamwork preferences Improve career direction Focus on the future Find the dream job Achieve satisfaction in your work

The Strong Interest Inventory has six (6) sections.

General Themes – Description of the interrelationship between Holland Codes and    

Interests Work activities Potential skills Personal values

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Basic Interest Scales – Identification of your Highest Holland Code Themes, Holland Theme Code, Standard Score, and Interest Levels Basic Interest Scales point to work activities, projects, course work, and leisure activities that are personally motivating and rewarding. The Interest Scale Levels are Very Little, Little, Moderate, high, and Very High. Your Basic Interest Scales Report will give you your TOP FIVE Interest Areas and the Areas of Least Interest.

Occupational Scales – Comparison of your likes and dislikes with those people who are satisfied working in various occupations. The Occupational Scales matches your interests to 122 occupations. Your score matched the likes and dislikes of people who are working in and are satisfied that career. The occupations are an example of a larger job cluster. The TOP TEN Occupations are the careers that most closely match your interests. Within each Holland Code Theme, you will find careers that you are Dissimilar, Midrange, or Similar to your score, likes, and dislikes.

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Personal Style Scales – Description of relationship between Holland Code Themes, work styles, learning, risk taking, and team work. Examples of Personal Style Scales include –        

Working with People Enjoying helping others Preferring practical learning environments Preferring short-term training Taking charge of others Taking risks Making quick decisions Working on teams

Profile Summary – Overview of Your Highest Themes, Theme code, Top Five Interest Areas, Areas of Least Interest, Top Ten Strong Occupations, Occupations of Dissimilar Interest, and Personal Style Scales Preferences Response Summary – Summary of the Occupations, Subject Areas, Activities, Leisure Activities, People, and Characteristics Sections. You receive information about the number of responses in each section that were Strongly Like, Like, Indifferent, Dislike, or Strong Dislike.

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College Profile Report The College Profile Report covers additional information, for example –     

Using Your Themes – Listing your Primary Theme or Holland Code Considering Themes of Greatest Interest to You – Definition, Descriptions, Preferences, and Typical College Majors Using Your Basic Interest Scales – Definition, Descriptions, Camps Organizations/ Activities, Internships/ Job Settings, and College Courses Using Your Occupational Scales – Top Strong Occupations, Theme Code, Educational Preparation, College Courses, and Related Careers Using Your Personal Style – The relationship of Personal Style Scale to Preferences and Activities

Adult, High School, and College Profile Reports The Adult, High School, and College Profile Reports have the following information –  

General Occupational Themes – Listing Primary Theme, Holland Code, Educational Programs, Volunteer and Job Possibilities, and Work Environments Basic Interest Scales – Interest level, Descriptions, Values, Careers, and Sample Work Activities

DELIVERY INFORMATION: Strong Interest Inventory is an ON-LINE, Holland Code career self assessment test. When you complete your transaction, you will receive two e-mails. The first e-mail confirms payment received.

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The second e-mail lists the following information      

Product Title Transaction ID Strong Interest Inventory Web Site Link Username Password Our contact e-mail explorecareers@qwest.net

Once you are transferred to the Strong Interest Inventory web site, you enter your User Name and Password, and access to the web site is immediate.

Standard, College, or High School Interpretative Reports The Interpretative Report has the following additional information –    

General Occupational Themes – General Interests or Holland Codes Basic Interest Scales – Specific activities you might like to do at work and in your leisure time Occupational Scales – Occupational suggested by interests Personal Style Scales – Your preferred styles of working and learning

For the six Occupational Themes or Holland Codes, there are –        

Definitions Descriptions Career fields Personal descriptors Leisure activities Career Motivators Motivator Combinations Action Steps

In the Basic Interest Scales areas, the report discusses –   

Top Strong Interest Areas The relationship between Basic Interest Scale, General Occupational Theme/ Holland Code, and Typical Interests and Activities Action Steps

The report outlines Similarity to Occupations. Similarity to Occupations highlights –   

Top Strong Occupations The relationship between Occupations, Holland Theme Code, Typical Work Tasks, and Selected Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Action Steps

In Your Personal Style, the Interpretive Report uses the Personal Style Scale Preferences to provide suggestions about your Work Style, Learning Environment, Leadership Style, Risk Taking, and Team Orientation. 19


The Interpretive Report Summary provides an overview of the –     

Highest Themes Personal and Work Environment Descriptors Specific Interests for Work, Leisure, and Learning Careers that might be Most Appealing How you like to work and learn

The Interpretive Report also lists Action Steps and Helpful Resources. DELIVERY INFORMATION: Strong Interest Inventory with Interpretive Report is an ON-LINE, Holland Code career self assessment test with Interpretive Report. When you complete your transaction, you will receive two emails. The first e-mail confirms payment received. The second e-mail lists the following information      

Product Title Transaction ID Strong Interest Inventory Web Site Link Username Password Our contact e-mail explorecareers@qwest.net

Once you are transferred to the Strong Interest Inventory web site, you enter your User Name and Password, and access to the web site is immediate. 

Bulk Prices for Strong Interest Inventories

Transferable Skills Scale

The Transferable Skills (TS) Scale is a researched and validated assessment. The TS Scale is a short assessment that identifies an individual’s strongest transferable skills. The eight (8) TS Skills are:   

Analytical Numerical Interpersonal 20


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Organizational Physical Informational Communicative Creative skills

The benefits of the TS Scale are –       

Complete in 20-25 minutes Has color-coded design Is easy to use, self-scoring. and self-interpreting Can be used as both a career exploration guide and a job search strategy tool Includes suggested resources for career exploration as well as a worksheet for comparing possible careers Includes job titles from the most recent O*NET database Can be given to groups or individuals

The TS Scale has 5 sections – 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Mark Your Answers Add Your Scores Interpret Your Scores Identify Occupations that Match Your Skills Explore Occupations that Match Your Skills

Reference material for the TS Scale lists the relationship between Transferable Skills and Holland Codes Holland Codes and Transferable Skills Holland Career Model Areas Things Ideas and things People and ideas People

Holland Codes Realistic Investigative Artistic Social

Holland Code Letters R I A S

People and data Things and data

Enterprising Conventional

E C

Transferable Skills 5. Physical 1. Analytical 8. Creative 3. Interpersonal 7. Communicative 4. Organizational 2. Numerical 6. Informational

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Bulk Career Tests Here are the links for the Bulk Holland Code Career Assessments Tests 

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Self Directed Search o Bulk Form CP Assessments and Finders (CP = Career Planning) o Bulk R Assessments and Finders o Bulk Assessments and Finders Form R (Spanish) o Bulk Assessments and Finders Form R (English Canadian) o Bulk Assessments and Finders Form R (French Canadian) o Bulk R Assessments only o Bulk R Finders only o Bulk College Major Finders only o Bulk E Assessments and Finders o Bulk E Assessments only o Bulk E Finders only o Bulk Career Explorer Assessments & Finders Bulk Career and Life Explorers Bulk Career Exploration Inventory Bulk Career Interests Inventory Bulk Myers Briggs Type Indicators Bulk Picture Interest Surveys Bulk Strong Interest Inventory Bulk Transferable Skills Scales

Career and Life Explorer

Career and Life Explorer is a Holland Code assessment that uses:    

Appealing graphics Easy-to-follow instructions Proven career exploration principles Great information to get young people thinking about their future—and encourages them to stay in school, explore positive career and learning options, and dream big

Career and Life Explorer provides the following information: 22


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Start with "Uncover Career Clues." Gather career information by looking at: o Who they admire o What they do well or enjoy doing o What are the key values o How important is money o What kinds of people they like to spend time with o How much education or training they would consider o What work environment they prefer, and more

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Step 2: Select top picks from among six Holland Code "Interest Groups" Step 3: Look up related jobs in a chart listing hundreds of job titles from the Occupational Outlook Handbook. Step 4: Use a "Discover Your Ideal Job" to write in key elements of their ideal job, including: o Values o Possible job titles o Skills o Education or training o Earnings o Other details

Step 5: Use an Action Plan worksheet to help plan high school courses, extracurricular activities, and other life experiences.

Format: 5.5 x 8.5, 12-panel foldout Reading Level: Grade 6 Interest Level: Grades 6 to 12

Career Exploration Inventory

Career Exploration Inventory is a career interest inventory with career information and career planning information. The Career Exploration Inventory:   

Is easy to read, self-scoring, self-interpreting Gathers career information by looking at past, present, and future activities of your life. These areas include Work, Leisure, and Learning activities. Helps you identify Clusters and GOE Interest Areas 23


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Provides a list of related jobs in a chart listing hundreds of job titles, career salary, career research, and career information from the Occupational Outlook Handbook. Provides additional career resources Create an Action Plan Help you set Short Term, Medium Term, and Long Term Goals

The Career Exploration Inventory:   

Is backed by strong validity Uses proven career exploration principles. Directs cross-reference to GOE and O’Net job reference systems.

The Scores from the Career Exploration Inventory connect you to 16 GOE career interest areas or Career Clusters with:   

Related jobs Education and training options Leisure activities listed for each interest area

Format: 8.5 x 11, 12-panel foldout, self-scoring/self-interpreting, consumable, no other components needed. Interest Level: High School-Adult With each Career Cluster/GOE purchase, you will receive with free Career Cluster, GOE Code, and Holland Code cross-reference and Internet resource sheets.

Career Interests Inventory

The Career Interests Inventory, a printed, career self assessment test, measures Holland Codes, personalities, and careers. Here is some information about the inventory. The Career Interests Inventory measures six Holland Occupational Codes      

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The Inventory is a version of Dept. of Labor's O*NET Interest Profile. O*NET Career Interests Inventory is a 6-panel foldout inventory with 180 statements. The inventory takes about 30 minutes to complete. The responses are added; the results are matched to the Holland (RIASEC) Career Model and hundreds of related occupations. The occupations are divided into categories based upon education, preparation, or training requirements. With the purchase of any assessment, you get   

Two (2) free Holland Code Assessments Three (3) free Holland Code Articles Two (2) web pages of free career planning and college major search resources

Strong Interest Explorer

The Strong Interest Explorer (SIE) is a Holland Codes career assessment and simplified version of the Strong Interest Inventory. The SIE   

Is a compact, all-inclusive booklet Makes administration of the Strong Interest Inventory® instrument in a group setting quick and easy Is ideal for students and individuals transitioning into a new career or reentering the workplace

The SIE contains the following items      

A condensed number of test items An answer sheet Basic interpretative information College majors, technical programs, occupations, and activities matched to Holland Codes interest groups Steps to help identify education and career options Tips to assist individuals in the career exploration process

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The SIE has easy-to-follow instructions and a simple scoring process 

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The scoring is faster and easier than ever before. o Rate selected jobs, school subjects, and activities o Count the selected jobs, school subjects, and activities o Graph your scores on Interests Chart o Circle interesting college majors, technical programs, occupations, and activities o Summarize results No other components are needed to administer this inventory. The SIE provides instant results for on-the-spot interpretation.

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