Individual Career Counseling
A professional career counselor is trained to help you identify strengths and weaknesses, research career information, practice decision making, and research employment possibilities. This is accomplished in a friendly, caring and confidential environment.
Counseling services are available to assist you in making career and academic major decisions. Call 732.906.2546 to schedule an appointment.
Career Resource Center
The Career Resource Center is located in the Department of Counseling and Career Services, Edison Hall, Room 100, and contains resources to help you find career information, research educational opportunities, write resumes and much more.
- Use our print materials and 4 computers to find current, relevant career information
- Research companies, job salaries, training requirements and more
- Take career assessments to find a good career fit for your personality
Career and Personality Assessments
Any student wishing to take a career or personality assessment must first make an appointment with a counselor in the Department of Counseling and Career services. Call 732.906.2546 for information and an appointment.
Strong Campbell Interest Inventory
The Strong Campbell Interest Inventory (SCII) is an interest self assessment based on John Holland’s theory of career development. The interest inventory will measure your interests in a wide area of occupations, work, leisure, and school subjects. Most of all, the SCII will provide a list of occupations that not only match your interests, but match the interests of professionals working in those occupations.
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
This is a personality focused assessment that may enhance career decision-making.