Myers-Briggs Typology Indicator Workshop - Event Details
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Myers-Briggs Typology Indicator Workshop
Location: Student Services Center W - 201 (large glassed in multipurpose room)
Do you know what career field you want to get into?
Do know what career fields best suit your personality?
Do you like ice cream?
Find out at the Myers-Briggs Typology Indicator Workshop, which covers:
- An assessment of your personality on "rational" (judging) functions (thinking and feeling), "irrational" (perceiving) functions (sensation and intuition), and attitudes (introversion and extraversion)
- Identify which one of the possible 16 psychological types best describes your personality.
- Receive a profile for your personality type, including makes you tick, famous people that share your personality type, and what the experts have to say about your personality type.
- Learn what career fields are best suited for your personality type and why.
As a bonus, this workshop features and ice cream sundae topping bar!
Journey to Success Program participants: Remember to bring your passport to have it stamped and receive your points (5) for attending this event. To learn more about and to register for the Journey to Success program, visit hilo.hawaii.edu/alex/journeytosuccess.php
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