FOCUS 2 is designed to help college students assess and evaluate skills and interests to define career and educational goals.
Students take online assessments ranging from work interest to skills. These evaluations help pinpoint strengths to better match academic and career options.
Users may also evaluate career readiness by listing career/educational goals, academic strengths and work experience. Other tools available allow students to research careers by comparing majors, explore occupations by industry, and seek out jobs or internship opportunities.
First-time users must complete the student self-registration form using access code: Vandals. Remember to write down your user name and password to access the system later.
Using FOCUS 2
- Self-Assessments – For best results, take all 5 assessments in this section. Based on responses, FOCUS 2 will generate a list of occupations for you to explore.
- Explore the Possibilities – You can learn more about different career options on your list in this section.
- Create A Plan to Achieve Your Objectives – This section lets you create your own career development action plan. You are only a few short years from graduation. Begin your career planning early so you can get all of the skills and experiences you need to be a strong job candidate when you graduate.
- Your Career Portfolio – Save your favorite careers and major options to your portfolio for quicker access to the things you’re most interested in.
Career advisors are available to help in the career decision-making process. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (208) 885-6121.
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