Career Assessments & Tools
Feeling lost on what career path to follow? It could be time to take a free career assessment to help you narrow down your search. Delta offers a variety of tools that can be completed from home or at the Career Development Office.
A Delta-sponsored online resource, Career Coach is designed to help you find a career by providing the most current local data on wages, employment, job postings and associated education and training. Tip: take the 60-question comprehensive assessment to discover your top 5 job categories and top 10 career matches.
FOCUS 2 is an comprehensive online career and education planning system that helps you choose a major, build your career goals and learn job information. Visit the FOCUS 2 website to create a new account using your official delta.edu email and access code: delta
Job Shadow Program
The Pioneer Job Shadow Program is an opportunity for you to gain first-hand, real-world knowledge of a possible career path by engaging in career exploration through interaction with a local professional in your field of interest.
Submit the Pioneer Job Shadow Program Interest Form to get started. Book a Pioneer Job Shadow Program appointment. We will provide you with materials and information to help you understand and guide you through the job shadow process.
O*NET Interest Profiler
The O*NET Interest Profiler can help you find out what your interests are and how
they relate to the world of work. You can find out what you like to do and decide
what kinds of careers you might want to explore. Get started at mynextmove.org.
Career assessment appointment
If you have completed an online assessment and are still struggling to decide on a career path, book a virtual appointment with a Career Advisor for a more in depth review of your portfolio, discuss your results in more detail and help choose a major that aligns with your interests.