Career Interest & Aptitude

CareerScope measures both aptitude and interest through valid and reliable assessment tasks. The results are instrumental in helping an individual begin the career or educational planning process. CareerScope Online identifies the user’s attraction to careers as they relate to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Interest Areas and measures aptitudes that are most critical for today’s high growth and high replacement occupations.

To schedule your CareerScope assessment, please contact your local OFTC campus:

North Campus (Sandersville)
Brenda Cramer
South Campus (Dublin)
Van Nessal Wilson
Jefferson County Center
Brandy Johnson

More about CareerScope

An interest inventory helps to target key areas of interest. The Interest Inventory measures and identifies a user’s attraction to careers that correspond to twelve Interest Areas. These areas include:

  • Artistic
  • Plants/Animals Mechanical
  • Business
  • Detail
  • Accommodating
  • Lead/Influence
  • Scientific
  • Protective
  • Industrial
  • Selling
  • Humanitarian
  • Physical Performing

The results from the Interest Inventory are compiled into a comprehensive Individual Profile Analysis (IPA) that objectively identifies each student’s most significant interest area preferences. This reporting system includes Assessment Profile and Summary Reports tied to GOE/DOT, O*NET, and U.S. Department of Education’s Career Cluster/Pathway System.

Critical Aptitudes Measured by CareerScope

The aptitudes measured by CareerScope are the most critical for today’s high growth and high replacement rate occupations, as well as for the emerging careers of the 21st century. The aptitudes measured are:

  • General Learning Ability
  • Spatial Aptitude
  • Verbal Aptitude
  • Form Perception Clerical
  • Numerical Aptitude
  • Perception