Strong (Strong Interest Inventory Assessment)
The Strong Interest Inventory assessment (Strong) is one of the world’s most widely respected and frequently used career planning tools. For nearly 80 years, the Strong has helped organizations attract and retain the brightest talent, and has guided thousands of individuals in their search for a rich and fulfilling life of work and leisure. It has helped both academic and business organizations develop the brightest talent, and has guided thousands of individuals—from high school and college students to mid career workers seeking a change—in their search for a fulfilling career.
The UNO Testing Center helps facilitate the administration of an online Strong Interest Inventory assessment used in First Year Experience (FYE), Thompson Learning Community (TLC), and other UNO-affiliated courses. Those interested should contact the Testing Center to place an order for the number of assessments needed. The Testing Center orders the assessment(s) and provides instructions for administration of the assessment for all UNO-affiliated areas.
The UNO Testing Center also helps facilitate the administration of an online Strong when a referral from the Academic and Career Development Center (ACDC) is forwarded to the Testing Center in accordance with this protocol. To contact ACDC, please call 402.554.3672 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Walk-In Assessment Protocol
The following will be the protocol to follow when a walk-n contacts ACDC for an Assessment. (any walk-in will be directed to ACDC to begin this process.)
ACDC will complete the Individual Assessment Log and forward either a hard copy or an electronic copy to the UNO Testing Center.
ACDC will send the individual to the UNO Testing Center to pay for the assessment(s) noted on the Individual Assessment Log.
UNO Testing Center will provide either a hard copy or an electronic copy of an instruction sheet (for each assessment) with the URL included to access and complete the assessment.
Each instruction sheet will direct the individual to contact ACDC to schedule an appointment to review the results after completing the assessment.
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