Resources

Career Self-Assessment Tools

Career assessment is an important part of the career planning process because it allows you to identify and reflect on your values, interests, abilities and personality preferences. Knowing your personality type and preferences can help you discover your ideal career and work environment. It can also help reveal your skills and natural talents — which can help you decide which careers or jobs would best suit your unique skill set.

If you are still exploring your career options, you may find the following career assessment tools helpful.

  • o-net

    O*NET Interest Profiler

    This tool helps you identify careers that could be potential matches for your interests and abilities. 
  • georgia futures

    GAfutures Career Self-Assessment Tool

    GAfutures is a Georgia resource designed to help students of all ages explore and plan for college success. Topics covered include Learning about Yourself, Career Planning, Georgia’s Career Clusters and Pathways, and the Military to Civilian Job Search. 
  • georgia career information system

    Georgia Career Information System (GCIS)

    GCIS is a comprehensive tool that contains assessments, exploration, and search strategies as well as state and national occupational information.

    Enter your KSU Student ID Number in the field below:

     
  • You Science

    YouScience Career Discovery Tool

    YouScience is an online career and personal planning discovery tool...

    Designed to help students identify their potential aptitudes and careers. To create a personalized YouScience profile students will be required to complete a series of online exercises to the help them identify the natural abilities, confirm specific areas of interest, and explore career opportunities to align with their interests and aptitudes.

    Students must schedule an appointment with their Career and Internship Advisor for access.

Internship & Co-op Program

The best way to find a position is to log into Handshake and complete your profile. Look at opportunities under “Jobs” and submit your resume if you meet the qualifications. You can also find an internship on your own without using Handshake. As long as you meet the academic requirements, you may be able to count that job for class credit.

To schedule an appointment, or to get connected with your Career and Internship Advisor, contact us at 470-578-6555.

College-Specific Resources

Every College at KSU has a dedicated Career & Internship Advisor ready to assist you. Those advisors also compile resources like resume & cover letter templates, industry association links, Internship & Co-op requirements and more on their individual College pages.

Choose your college from the list on this page. (lookup your college here):

Bagwell College of Education
Coles College of Business
College of Architecture & Construction Management
College of Computing & Software EngineeringCollege of Humanities & Social Sciences
College of Science & Mathematics
College of the Arts
Graduate College
Southern Polytechnic College of Engineering & Engineering Technology
Wellstar College of Heath & Human Services

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