CAREER READINESS REPORT

Marketing

Junior

10/14/2021

Sabrina Student

CAREER READINESS REPORT

Your Overall Rating

Your Overall Rating

If evaluator responses are included in the report, Your Overall Rating is an average of evaluator ratings across all of the 8 NACE competencies measured on the career readiness survey. When evaluator responses are not included in the report, Your Overall Rating is calculated using your Self-Assessment.

6.61 out of 7
Work Experience: Internship
Company: XYZ Co

Career Readiness Level

Never 1
Little
Extent
2
Some
Extent
3
Moderate
Extent
4
Above Average Extent 5
Great
Extent
6
Always 7

Career Readiness Extent Scale

This scale is a continuum of 1-7, where a “1” indicates that you never demonstrated this behavior under any circumstances, a “4” indicates that you demonstrated this behavior to a moderate or average extent, and a “7” indicates that you demonstrated this behavior at all times and under all circumstances.

Self Rating
Overall Competency

Overall Career Readiness Level

6.61
6.37
1.

Demonstrate dependability (e.g., report consistently, and on time, for work or meetings)

7.00
Evaluator(S)
7.00
Self
2.

Have an attention to detail, resulting in few if any errors in their work

6.00
Evaluator(S)
5.00
Self
3.

Take the initiative to prioritize and complete tasks on time

6.50
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self
4.

Show a high level of dedication toward doing a good job

6.50
Evaluator(S)
7.00
Self
5.

Consistently meet or exceed goals and expectations

7.00
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self

Professionalism

1.

Communicate in a clear and organized manner so that others can effectively understand

6.00
Evaluator(S)
7.00
Self
2.

Write in a way that conforms to the basic principles of spelling, grammar, and punctuation

6.00
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self
3.

Promptly inform relevant others when needing guidance with assigned tasks

6.50
Evaluator(S)
7.00
Self

Communication

1.

Display proficiency with relevant computer applications (e.g., spreadsheets, word processing, email)

7.00
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self
2.

Use technology to improve efficiency and productivity of their work

7.00
Evaluator(S)
7.00
Self
3.

Quickly adapt to new or unfamiliar technologies

7.00
Evaluator(S)
7.00
Self

Technology

1.

Listen carefully to others, taking time to understand and ask appropriate questions without interrupting

7.00
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self
2.

Build strong, positive working relationships with supervisor and team members/coworkers

7.00
Evaluator(S)
7.00
Self
3.

Collaborate with others to achieve common goals

6.50
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self

Teamwork

1.

Gather information from a variety of sources to fully understand a problem

6.50
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self
2.

Accurately summarize and interpret data

6.00
Evaluator(S)
7.00
Self
3.

Make decisions and solve problems using sound reasoning and judgment

6.00
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self
4.

Multi-task well in a fast-paced environment

6.00
Evaluator(S)
5.00
Self

Critical Thinking

1.

Display curiosity; seek out opportunities to learn

6.50
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self
2.

Show an awareness of own strengths and areas for development

7.00
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self
3.

Accept feedback without becoming angry or defensive and use it to strengthen future performance

7.00
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self

Career & Self-Development

1.

Motivate others by encouraging them and by building mutual trust

7.00
Evaluator(S)
7.00
Self
2.

Serve as a role model to others by approaching tasks with confidence and a positive attitude

7.00
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self
3.

Use innovative thinking to go beyond traditional methods

5.50
Evaluator(S)
6.00
Self

Leadership

1.

Demonstrate flexibility by adapting to diverse environments

7.00
Evaluator(S)
7.00
Self
2.

Treat other people, including those of different backgrounds, beliefs, and gender, with fairness and respect

7.00
Evaluator(S)
7.00
Self
3.

Keep an open mind to diverse ideas and new ways of thinking

7.00
Evaluator(S)
7.00
Self

Equity & Inclusion

Ability to Work Remotely

Never 1
Little
Extent
2
Some
Extent
3
Moderate
Extent
4
Above Average Extent 5
Great
Extent
6
Always 7

Career Readiness Extent Scale

This scale is a continuum of 1-7, where a “1” indicates that you never demonstrated this behavior under any circumstances, a “4” indicates that you demonstrated this behavior to a moderate or average extent, and a “7” indicates that you demonstrated this behavior at all times and under all circumstances.

Demonstrate dependability (e.g., report consistently, and on time, for work or meetings)

7.00
Evaluator(s)
7.00
Self

Take the initiative to prioritize and complete tasks on time

6.50
Evaluator(s)
6.00
Self

Show a high level of dedication toward doing a good job

6.50
Evaluator(s)
7.00
Self

Communicate in a clear and organized manner so that others can effectively understand

6.00
Evaluator(s)
7.00
Self

Display proficiency with relevant computer applications (e.g., spreadsheets, word processing, email)

7.00
Evaluator(s)
6.00
Self

Build strong, positive working relationships with supervisor and team members/coworkers

7.00
Evaluator(s)
7.00
Self

Collaborate with others to achieve common goals

6.50
Evaluator(s)
6.00
Self

Demonstrate flexibility by adapting to diverse environments

7.00
Evaluator(s)
7.00
Self

Additional Questions for Students

1

To what extent did you work remotely, without direct, in-person supervision at the same physical location? No remote work – all work was done under direct, in-person supervision in the same physical location, Some remote work - there was sometimes direct, in-person supervision in the same physical location, All remote work – there was never work done under direct, in-person supervision in the same physical location

Some remote work - there was sometimes direct, in-person supervision in the same physical location
2

Regardless of your physical proximity to your supervisor, how often did they typically observe you working? never, once a month, twice a month, once a week, a few times a week, once a day, a few times a day

a few times a week

Recommendations

Understanding Your Career Readiness Level

Career readiness is a spectrum and as a young professional, you are at the beginning of your career. As you continue to gain more experience in and outside of the classroom, you will have the opportunity to enhance your competency areas and progress through the career readiness levels. 

As you search for resources to help you improve your career readiness levels across the competencies, check out this NACE Competency Mapping sheet for a list of LinkedIn Learning courses aligned with the 8 NACE competencies. In addition, identifying areas of strengths you can highlight in applications, interviews, portfolios, and networking spaces will help you make the most of your Career Readiness Report. Check out this resource offering valuable tips on Making the Most of Your SkillSurvey Career Readiness Report.

Please know, the Toppel Career Center is happy to help you explore opportunities and options that can help you achieve your career readiness goals. To meet with an advisor during drop-in hours, stop by in person or virtually via Zoom (https://tinyurl.com/toppel), Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm (no appointment necessary).