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Access to user information will be restricted to site administrators; use of this information is covered under “Use.” If the user elects to share (see below) their results from the exploration experiences, these results will only be accessible to NSCC authorized Career Advisors.
NSCC will not share user information with any other entity.
There will be opportunities where you may voluntarily share your accomplishments on this website or information from this website on your social media accounts.
As you use this website, you may choose to contact a Career Advisor. To allow the Career Advisor to best serve you, you may share information/results from your exploration experiences on this website. Enabling or disabling this sharing (default is disabled) will be accomplished in the user’s Toolkit. A user’s Toolkit is available to all logged-in users.
NSCC takes user privacy and confidentiality very seriously and will never disclose personal information to any external person, body, or institution without written permission. From time to time, chat transcripts may be saved and used for quality assurance purposes before they are destroyed. Aggregate data may be used in research and evaluation of Live Chat services at NSCC. No personally identifying information will be included in reports or documentation.
HANDS ON people like to figure out how things work and enjoy technology, tools, machines, and equipment. They would rather deal with an object, than a person. Usually choosing to work alone, they love outdoor time, animals, plants, and active pursuits. Others see them as practical and physically strong.
CREATIVE people are imaginative and innovative, preferring activities with lots of variety. Independent-minded, they enjoy unstructured time and take pride in seeing the world through a different lens. Always looking for ways to express themselves, this may take the form of writing, designing, performing, or making art.
INFLUENTIAL people enjoy leading, inspiring, or managing others. Usually the leaders in a group, they like to make things happen and often take risks. They are often interested in business, selling a product or service, or organizing large events. Others call them ambitious and enthusiastic.
HELPING people are motivated by knowing what makes other people tick. Primarily concerned about the emotional and physical welfare of others, they are drawn to teaching, guiding, mentoring, or coaching. They are very empathic, good listeners, and feel things deeply. Helping others to grow and improve is top of mind.
INQUISITIVE people like to solve problems by using their minds. They are good at maths and sciences and at figuring out how and why things happen. Pondering big picture concepts, research, or analyzing facts are what they like best, along with challenges of the mind and stimulating conversations.
ORGANIZED people are drawn to the organization of data, people, or things. They like to make sense of information and processes. They enjoy activities that require accuracy, attention to detail, and working with numbers or words. Systems, to-do lists, and clear routines are important. They see themselves as orderly, precise, and dependable.