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Career Action Plan Worksheet

Part 2: Self Assessment Results / Goals / Barriers

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IV. SELF ASSESSMENT RESULTS

The following codes, given to me by my career counselor, or other career development professional, are the results of any interest inventories, personality type indicators, or other self assessment tools we've used.

Self Assessment Tool Used:

Code:

Self Assessment Tool Used:

Code:

The following were indicated as occupations which might be suitable based on the results of my self assessment:

 

 

 

 

 

 

V. BEST OCCUPATIONAL MATCHES After exploring the occupations suggested by my self assessment, I've come to the conclusion that I'd like to become a:

 

 

VI. SHORT TERM CAREER PLAN (one month to one year)

OCCUPATIONAL GOALS: Within the next year this is what I'd like to accomplish as far as my career is concerned:

 

 

 

 

EDUCATION/TRAINING GOALS: This is what I'd like to have completed as far as education and training is concerned, i.e. taking a six month course, applying to graduate school:

 

 

 

 

VII. LONG TERM CAREER PLAN (one year to five years)

 

 

 

 

OCCUPATIONAL GOALS: Within the next five years this is what I'd like to accomplish as far as my career is concerned:

 

 

 

 

EDUCATION/TRAINING GOALS: Within the next five years this is the education/training I want to have completed, i.e. complete college or graduate school; become certified in my chosen field

 

 

 

 

VIII. BARRIERS TO MEETING GOALS

The following barriers may make it difficult for me to reach my goals, i.e. young children, elderly parents, a disability:

 

 

Here's how I'll deal with these barriers so I can reach my goals, i.e. childcare or eldercare:

 

 

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