High School Students
Campbell Interest and Skills Survey® Career Assessment
How many 17 year olds know what major to choose when they are going to college or what they want to do in their career beyond college? The CISS Career Assessment helps students uncover clusters of careers that match up with their current strengths and interests. It also identifies the educational background of other workers in those fields who are curently satisfied with their jobs. Students can then explore potential careers and majors that match up with their interests.
The CISS considers seven Orientation Scales: Influencing, Organizing, Helping, Creating, Analyzing, Producing and Adventuring which cover the major divisions of the world or work. An interest score and a skill score are provided for each respondent on each Orientation. The CISS is a journey of self-discovery that measure strengths and interests and creates a list of careers to Pursue, Explore, Develop and Avoid.
The on-line assessment results include a review of your personal strengths, suggested environments where you will succeed, information on possible careers that match your skills and interests, majors that map to those careers, and much more.
The CISS Career Planner and Career Resources from your consultant provide valuable information about salary, responsibilities, job market outlook and potential areas for promotion.
Impending or Recent College Graduates and Adults in Job Search
Aspire CCC Career Services are intended for:
College students approaching graduation who are ready to begin their search for their first job out of college
Recent college graduates who want a more targeted job search plan and strategy
All individuals desiring a job change
Menu of Services offered at an hourly rate:
Coaching to understand what career success means to you
Develop a proactive Search Campaign to best utilize job boards and other key search functions
Develop a compelling Resume that differentiates you from your competition and speaks to your value proposition
Develop a comprehensive LinkedIn Profile and learn how to leverage social media to maximize your job search efforts
Learn how to Network to identify hidden opportunities in the job market and target specific employment opportunities based on your skills and strengths
Review and practice Interview techniques and be able to sell yourself effectively
Understand Negotiation tactics to maximize compensation and benefits
These services are led by Stu Laubenstein. Stu is an Educational and Human Resources Consultant. He received a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and an MBA from the University of Tennessee.
He received a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and an MBA from the University of Tennessee. He has completed Executive Development programs at Harvard University and University of North Carolina and is a certified trainer with Development Dimensions International (DDI). Stu is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management, The Human Resources Leadership Forum and the Risk Insurance Management Society. Stu’s employment history includes Director and VP of Human Resources roles at FedEx, Exxon/Mobil, and DS Waters.
He may be reached at stu@aspirecollegeconsulting or (678) 358-2563.