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Welcome Students!

Norfolk State University (NSU) Career Services is proud to offer services to first year freshman to doctoral students and alumni. Our office is here to assist you with all aspects of career planning, from identifying skills, interests, and workplace values, to sharpening your interviewing skills and resume and cover letter development. Stay connected to our office and do not miss out on our exciting upcoming events!

Career Assessment Tools

If you are looking for some career direction, or perhaps just want to learn more about yourself and your personality, then taking one or more of these assessment tests can give you a better idea of your attitudes and interests as they relate to discovering more about yourself and possible career choices.

SuperStrong Assessment:
First Year/Transfer Student Code click here (only first year and transfer students)
Non- First Year NSU-Student Code click here (only NSU 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students use this code)
Staff/NON-Student Code click here 
(if you are not a student use this code)
Alumni Outreach Code click here (alumni only)
Resume Quiz
Interviewing Quiz
Networking Quiz
Myers Briggs Type
Online Assessments
Spiritual Gifts

For more information, please contact the Office of Career Service at (

First Year (Exploration)


Students will learn about programs and services designed to gain an early start on career planning that will help achieve personal and academic goals.

Second Year (Career Development)


Students will participate in career education and experiential programs offering real time exposure to various industries that will help sharpen their communication, decision making, teamwork and collaboration as well as problem solving skills.


Students will develop career and professional goals by choosing a major and engage in organizational, extra-curricular activities, experiential and global experiences that will allow him or her to be given leadership task that will establish a sense of personal, community and global experiences beyond oneself.

Third Year (Career Engagement)


Students will identify and use relevant job resources that will assist in enhancing their academic experience, while identifying career options that will outline a clear plan towards post-graduate and career success.

Fourth Fourth (Career Placement)


Students will be able to translate their NSU experiences, academic, co-curricular, and work-related skills in a manner that will distinguish them while in engaging in their career planning process. Their career development skills (resume writing, networking-link up, interviewing, etc.) obtained during the academic year, will assist students in gaining employment upon graduation.


Students will seek opportunities that excite and inspire them to build a purposeful career by researching and experimenting with opportunities they actually care about. By outlining prospective employers and evaluating location, interest, and salary expectations, students will actively make informed decisions about their career choice.