Choose Your Career Field
Explore Your Options
Unsure of which major or career is a good fit for you? There are a lot of options out there, and you should feel confident in making an educated decision about your future.
Self-assessments are a great way to realistically appraise yourself and provide a starting point for career planning. While no test will determine what you should "be," there are tools to help you evaluate yourself and find the career that is best for you.
When making significant career or education decisions, it is important to recognize a few key characteristics about yourself. Being aware of these characteristics will help you choose a major, career, or advanced degree program that may result in a higher level of job satisfaction.
The Focus2 self-assessmentmeasures and identifies your interests, personality, skills, and values. Each self-assessment takes 15-20 minutes depending on the individual. Focus2 combines self-assessment, career and major exploration, decision making, and action planning in one comprehensive tool. These outcomes will help you match your interests, skills, and values to academic or career goals. Plan out your education and career goals by using the Focus2 Workbook.
Ready to take your Focus2 self-assessment?
- First time, new user go to the start page Focus2 assessment and find the "REGISTER" button, create an account using your @uafs.edu email and the access code is "numa".
- Returning students log in with your @uafs.edu email and password
Once you complete your Focus2 assessment, reach out to your academic advisor or a Career Services team member to review your outcomes and discuss academic and career options. Advisor appointments can be made through your My.UAFS account or Navigate, or email us at email@example.com .
- Readyforlife.arkansas a State of Arkansas career site, create an account and explore.
- MyNextMove.org - a federal site with links to careers information.
- Jobsmadereal.com - short videos featuring a "day in the life" of a range of careers.
- What Can I Do With This Major - find a major and it's associated employment opportunities.
- CareerOneStop.org - U.S. Department of Labor site for careers and job search.