The mission of
the Greene County Career Center’s Career Assessment Program is to
provide information to students to assist them with realistic planning
through the analysis of their unique abilities, aptitudes, interests and
needs for future training, education and employment
What We Offer Students
Career Assessment is an individualized process designed to determine the unique abilities,
aptitudes, interests and needs of the student. Students who have had a quality career assessment during high school are more likely to graduate and experience post-secondary success. The Career Assessment program provides objective information that can assist students with realistic planning for their future.
Assessment is an ongoing process of collecting data on the student’s needs,
preferences, and interests as they relate to the demands of current and
future working, education and personal and social environments
Assessment data serves as the common thread in the
transition process and where applicable, forms
the basis for defining goals and services. The career
assessment process provides information for academic
areas, perceptual and manipulative adeptness and career-technical aptitudes.
the guidance of a qualified Career Assessment Specialist, participants
have an opportunity to identify their individual learning
styles and interest areas and align these with potential opportunities for education,
raining, and employment. Behavioral observations, social
skills and work characteristics are also an esssential element throughout
the process and are incorporated into the report.
Career Assessment Specialists are licensed and certified by the
Ohio Department of Education with a Transition-To-Work endorsement
Gary Smith, Career Assessment Specialist
937.372.6941 Ext. 121
Greene County Career Center - Room 217
2960 West Enon Rd.