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Who Am I?

Name: Grace Alexander

Step 1: Who am I? The Foundation Skills

A. Brainstorm:
Key your thoughts to the following questions about YOU! Include a minimum or 2-3 sentences or 3-5

1. What do I like to do? (Think 2. What are your talents, 3. What do other people say
about experiences you have hobbies and/or abilities? you are good at doing?
enjoyed. What kind of
school, religious, social or
sports activities you like to
do) One of my talents is playing the
clarinet and art.
I like to draw and thats about Drawing
it, I dont really like playing
sports but I will play them if I
really have too.

4. What subjects at school do 5. What do you like to do in your 6. Which skill areas describe you
you like? What clubs or free time? (Have you the best? Click these links and
organizations do you belong to? volunteered, worked jobs in the jot down (copy and paste) a few
neighborhood) which describe you.

I dont really have any clubs at

my school so I think I have to I draw in my free time but I also
say band. do work around the house like
cleaning the bathrooms, doing
the dishes, and in the summer
cleaning out the pool filter.

B. Foundation Skills:
Next, visit the Career Key website and copy/past a minimum of 2-3 sentences or 3-5 words that describe
you for each skill-set.
(Lawrence K. Hones, Ph.D., NCC)
Basic Skills Thinking Skills People Skills Personal Qualities

Reading: Identify Creative Thinking: Negotiation: Identify Self-Esteem:

relevant details, facts, Use imagination freely, common goals among Understand how
and specification; combining ideas or different parties in beliefs affect how a
locate information in information in new conflict; clearly present person feels and acts;
books/manuals, from ways; make connections the facts and arguments "listen" to and
graphs; find meaning of between ideas that seem of your position; listen to identify irrational or
unknown words; judge unrelated. and understand other harmful beliefs you
accuracy of reports; use party's position; create may have; and
computer to find Problem-Solving possible ways to resolve understand how to
information. Skills: Recognize conflict; make change these
problem; identify why it reasonable compromises. negative beliefs when
Writing: Write ideas is a problem; create and they occur.
completely and implement a solution; Teamwork: Work
accurately in letters and watch to see how well cooperatively with Self-Management:
reports with proper solution works; revise as others; contribute to Assess your
grammar, spelling, and needed. group with ideas and knowledge and skills
punctuation; check, effort; do own share of accurately; set
edit, and revise for Visualization: See a work; encourage team specific, realistic
accuracy and emphasis, building or object by members; resolve personal goals;
use computer to looking at a blueprint, differences for the monitor progress
communicate drawing, or sketch; benefit of the team; toward your goal.
information. imagine how a system responsibly challenge
works by looking at a existing procedures, Responsibility:
Listening: Listen schematic drawing. policies, or authorities. Work hard to reach
carefully to what goals, even if task is
person says, noting Cultural Diversity: unpleasant; do
tone of voice, and other Work well with people quality work; display
body language; respond having different ethnic, high standard of
in a way that shows social, or educational attendance, honesty,
understanding of what backgrounds; understand energy, and
is said. the concerns of members optimism.
of other ethnic and
gender groups; base
impressions on a
person's behavior, not
stereotypes; understand
one's own culture and
those of others and how
they differ; respectfully
help people in these
groups make cultural
adjustments when
Step 2: Hollands Code Quiz
Using the link to the Holland Code, complete the quiz and paste the screen shot of your
results below.

A. Take the Holland Quiz

Complete the quiz online or on paper.

To Take the Online Quiz

Click this link or key the following link into your Internet browser to
take the quiz online


To Complete using a Paper Copy

Click this link to download the paper version or key the following link into your Internet browser to
download the paper copy

B. Screenshot your results.

After taking the quiz, do a screenshot of the results. Paste below:
C. Review the example and interpret your results.

What is your highest area: Artistic

What is your 3 letter Holland Code: ARS ARE ARC
D. Identify three potential careers

Clicking on the Job Title will take you to information about the median salary, required education, and
Job outlook. *Some do not have this information available.

Here is an example:

Capture three screenshots of three potential careers.

Screenshot Potential Career 1:

Screenshot Potential Career 2:

Screenshot Potential Career 3:

Step 3: Capture Words that Describe You!

A. Visit Personality Typology to review the description of your

personality Type

Key or copy/paste a few words to describe your personality/you from your visit to the link

Attribute Description
Preferences for activities
and occupations Literary, musical or artistic activities

Creative expression of ideas, emotions, or sentiments

Sees self as
Open to experience, innovative, intellectual lacking clerical or
office skills

Others see you as

Unconventional, disorderly, creative

Routines and conformity to established rules
B. Visit Job Environments/Work Personality to find out more about
the job titles (with links to job descriptions) and college programs (and
links to courses) at:

1. Begin by clicking on your Job Environment/Work Personality.

2. Click on the job title to see links to the job description
3. Click on the RCC Program to see examples of courses and degrees for this job.

If you get no results, key the job title in the

Search box. Click on the hyperlink in the list of
hits that takes you to the Occupational Outlook Handbook for your chosen career.
Key at least 2-3 ideas for each of the following categories after your exploration of the
Holland Code Personality links:

I like to: Possible Majors: Possible Careers: Possible College

Campus Activities:
(you may substitute
with school

-Make art for people -2D art -Animator -Im not sure

-help animals -Marine Biologist

-free draw -Artist

-Video Game Designer

C. Visit Environmental Typology to find out about the work

environment for the types of jobs within your Personality type.
Review the categories for your Personality Type.

Key or copy/paste a few words to describe your personality/you from

your visit to the link above:

Attribute Description
Demands and rewards the
display of Imagination in literary, artistic or musical accomplishment

Values or personal styles

allowed expression Unconventional ideas or manners, aesthetic values

Occupations or other
environments involve Creative work in music, writing, performance, sculpture or
unstructured intellectual endeavors
Step 4: Create a Personality Map
A. Using at least 10 words from steps 1-3, create a mind map or word cloud of your personality and
B. Paste the image/screenshot below (suggested tools:,,

Insert Personality Map:

Step 5: Post to your online presence

What is the web address for your online presence where you posted your WhoAmI.doc: