Career Counseling

Career Assessment

Career assessments are a great starting step for career explorers, job seekers, and students at all stages of the career exploration process. Career Services offers several free and fee-based assessments designed to help you discover yourself and your career options. Please note, these independent tests have not been fully evaluated for reliability and validity. We strongly encourage you to make a counseling appointment to discuss your assessment results.

Have questions about assessments? Email: Christopher Jones at to learn more.

Call our office at 304-637-1220 to schedule an appointment.

Students and alumni unable to come to campus have the option to schedule phone or video appointments during our regular business hours.

Student at career fair

Faculty & Advisors

Our services incorporate leading practices to guide students through all stages of their career development and progression.

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Career Services follows the NACE guidelines to connect students and alumni with organizations for employment and experiential learning opportunities. To assist faculty members navigate complicated ethical and legal recruiting issues, we recommend the following resources for guidance in these areas:

Faculty Guide to Ethical and Legal Standards in Student Hiring

Writing Letters of Recommendation

Career Decision-Making Difficulties Questionnaire (CDDQ)

This independent online assessment locates career decision-making difficulties and recommends ways to overcome them.

Emotional Intelligence (Body Language)

20 questions
About 10 minutes
Assesses your ability to correctly perceive and interpret facial expressions

InSight™ Values / Work Characteristics Inventory

64 questions
About 15 minutes
Provides information about the importance of specific values, in rank order

Jung Typology Test

72 questions
About 20 minutes
Based on the Jung-Myers-Briggs typological approach and similar to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®
Categorizes personality using four criteria categories

Learning Style Inventory

20 questions
About 10 minutes
Assesses your learning style to determine what kind of learner you are (auditory, tactile, or visual), and shares steps to enhance your learning experience.

Life Values Self-Assessment

55 questions
About 15 minutes
Provides information about the importance of specific values, in rank order