VoSPA-St assesses a stu- dents interests, values, and preferences surrounding his or her potential career. It will provide information about what motivates and interests the student, and offers career suggestions that best suit his or her profile.



No. of questions: 259

Question type: Self-assessment, situational Estimated completion time: 120 minutes Shorter versions of assessment: N/A Recommended age level: 18+ Qualification Level: Class A Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (disability)


Report Includes:



Detailed narrative interpretation

Career matches


Factors and Scales:

5 factors divided into 31 scales:

Career Interests: This encompasses the type of tasks a person would enjoy doing on a daily basis – the general “theme” of a typical work day. These interests are known as the Holland Codes

Intelligence Types: Based on Howard Gardners theory of multiple intelligences. Assesses areas of intelligence in which a person excels

Work Orientation: The basis of a persons job preferences. Provides a general overview of the type of career path that best suits a persons preferences and strengths

Work Styles: Characterizes the type of employee a person would be – what drives him or her, and the type of assets he/she would bring to a company

Work Values: Assesses what is important for a person to achieve in his/her career, and the type of characteristics he/she might look for in a company the type of assets he/she would bring to a company

VoSPA - St (Vocational Style & Personality Assessment – For Students)