• Interest Inventory

    What is an Interest Inventory and why is it important?

    Career and interest inventories are types of assessments used to measure a person's interests in different occupational areas. Most often interest inventories are used in career analysis to assist in finding areas where an individual has strong interests and is therefore more likely to enjoy the work.

    Want to take an interest inventory to learn more about careers that might be a good fit for you?

    MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS:

    Log in to Virtual Job Shadow - click here to log in through ClassLink

    If you can't figure out how to login using Classlink, follow the steps in this video to get to VJS if you are an AMS student.

    Use this video if you are a MNSA student.

     

    Once you are in VJS, at the top, click 'Tools' >> click 'Assessments' >>

    Complete the O*NET Career Interest Inventory (green button) and the Career Cluster Interest Survey EZ (purple button)

    When you are finished, record your results and complete this form

    If you would like to discuss your results or learn more about what Virtual Job Shadow offers, please contact Mr Luther at michael.luther@acsgmail.net or 828.350.2540

     

     

    HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:

    Log in to Virtual Job Shadow (VJS) - click here to log in through ClassLink

    If you can't figure out how to login using Classlink, follow the steps in this video to get to VJS.

    Once you are in VJS, at the top, click 'Tools' >> click 'Assessments' >> scroll down until you find O*NET Interest Profiler and click the green 'Start New' button. Then just follow the instructions provided.

    If you would like to discuss your results or learn more about what Virtual Job Shadow offers, please contact Mr Weaver at jason.weaver@acsgmail.net or 828.844.4066.