College is a point in one’s life where you choose a career path for the future. However, it’s not always as easy as pointing and saying “I want to be a business owner, so I’m going to be a business major.” A lot of thought may go into choosing a future career, and it can be an anxiety-inducing task for people who are in school. Knowing one’s personal interests and preferences can help a lot in deciding a career. Learning your personality type is a good start! The most prominent personality type test is called the Myers Briggs Type Indicator test (MBTI). The MBTI test is a self-report questionnaire, developed from the personality theories of psychoanalyst Carl Jung, that identifies an … [Read more...] about Lifestyles: Benefit from knowing personality types
By Seungkyung Baek |Staff Writer| Building better relationships by understanding personality – a workshop offered to help people reflect a their own personality and communicate with others in relationships. It was held at the Lower Commons, Panorama Room, on Nov. 2, from noon to 1:30 p.m. “The event was a workshop where we talked only education but also practice with the information. We talked about people’s personality,” Heather Webster-Henry, outreach coordinator of counseling and psychological service. The event covered relationships and focused on how important it is to know individual personalities. “So the students began by taking personality inventory. Then, once … [Read more...] about Building better relationships by understanding personality.
By Tommy McCardle |Staff Writer| Starting a career after graduation could be a scary thought for some, but have no fear. The Career Center can help transform that fear into confidence for students. The Career Center, located in University Hall on the third floor in room 329, offers services such as resume building, job interview training, and personality assessments to match with majors for students fearful of entering the workforce. "What we offer here at the Career Center are mainly things that students can use to find a job," said Victoria Fleming, a student assistant. Cusara Kennedy, a junior majoring in Business Administration/Accounting, noted she remembered hearing about … [Read more...] about The Career Center