Exploration & Assessment

  • You are drawn to work within the field of social work, but do you know where your innate skills and talents align with the field? As you engage with the coursework and field internships offered through GSSW, it is critical for your career development plan to assess how your skills and talents fit with various roles, where you may need additional training or development, and how that all fits with your dreams and vision for working in the field. This all starts with YOU!

      Finding Fit - Employer Research

      Finding Fit Questions 



    Personality and Strengths Assessments

      Self AssessmentsDU Career & Professional Development provides access to three self-assessments (Myer-Briggs Type Indicator, Strong Interest Inventory, and Clifton Strengths) for a reduced cost to students.

      Go to Self Assessments.  Once you have completed an assessment, you can request a career consult to discuss the results through Pioneer Careers Online>appointments.  

  • ONet Online

    O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more! 

  • Vault

    Since 1996, Vault has been providing in-depth intelligence on what it’s really like to work within an industry, company, or profession—and how to position yourself to launch and build the career of your dreams.  DU Students can explore areas of social work practice as well as other industries. 

    Go to Vault Resources

    Instructions for Navigating Vault

  • GoinGlobal

    GoinGlobal helps new and experienced job seekers find opportunities both at home and abroad. As a market leader in online career and employment resources for over 19 years, their website has helped millions of new and experienced professionals expand their horizons.  GoinGlobal is committed to providing “grassroots employment intelligence” through a team of local career experts. These globally-minded individuals are in place around the world, personally monitoring and updating the career information and resources.

    This resource aims to:

    • Provide a tool kit of resources to support informed career decisions both domestically and internationally.
    • Deliver useful and unique material that is hand-gathered locally vs web sourced.
    • Promote globalization and understanding the experience of another culture

      Go to GoinGlobal  

    What more information on how to use the resource?  Check out these videos and events

  • Imagine PhD

    Imagine PhD is a free career exploration and planning tool specifically designed for Humanities and Social Sciences.  

      Go to ImaginePhD



This portfolio last updated: 30-Sep-2022 2:42 PM