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Featuring the STRENGTHSQUEST® assessment

Discover more about your personality, interest, strengths, and values and learn strategies for setting goals and self-motivation

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What a Career Focus Workshop can do for you

  • Help you discover more about your personality, interests, strengths & values.
  • Teach you strategies for setting goals and staying motivated.
  • Help you make better-informed, career-related decisions.
  • Identify and clarify your greatest strengths and help you build on them.
  • Point you to resources to be successful in your chosen career.
  • Inspire you to take action to change your life for the better.
  • Remind you that you are not alone.
  • Start you on a new path toward achieving your dreams.
  • Show you the benefits of dreaming BIG!



What you will do in a Career Focus Workshop

Workshops are generally two hours long, and you might want to schedule a follow-up, one-on-one visit with the facilitator. Here's what to expect:

  •  Sessions will take place on a computer, generally in a classroom setting.
  • The facilitator will take you through interactive activities that help you identify your values and set goals. You will also find resources and tools for career exploration and development.
  • Some of the activities include:
    • Strengthsquest® (developed by Gallup Inc.) will help you learn how your talents can help you develop personally and professionally.
    • The Myers Briggs Type Inventory explains different personality types and shows you how to relate to them in your daily life, whether at school, on a job, in a career, or in personal relationships.
    • Missouri Connections is a web-based, comprehensive career development system supported by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.


The Career Focus Workshop facilitator is

Sonda Stuart
Director of CTE Data & Student Success
Moberly Area Community College
(660) 263-4100 ext 11232

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Career & Placement Services

Career Center, Room C21

This resource center/computer lab provides FREE services to anyone residing in
Northeastern Missouri desiring career direction.

College Central Network

College Central Network is MACC’s customized online recruiting service. College Central Network gives employers the capability of posting employment and internship opportunities that will reach hundreds of students in the Moberly Area Community College service region. Students may register, post resumes online, target and customize their job searches and have access to thousands of local, regional, and nationwide employment and internship opportunities.

Services to Employers

Services to employers include job postings on our online College Central Network as well as our on-site bulletin board, annual Career Expo and referrals to job openings.

Services to Students

The Director of Career & Technical Education Data & Student Success provides career education, vocational assessment, self-management skills training, and occupational information support in addition to job placement assistance to students and alumni, internship assistance, employer information and job search skills training. She administers the New Traditions Program and is available by appointment at the Moberly Campus and at MACC off-campus sites by appointment. Contact Sonda Stuart in the Career Center, Room C02, at 660-263-4110 ext 11232.

The Career Specialist provides information and orientation, assists students with computers and multimedia resources, schedules tutors, and schedules appointments with the Director of Career & Technical Education Data & Student Success. Contact Elaine Avery at 660-263-4110 ext 11319.

Hours of Availability

Year-Round, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Some evening hours by appointment.

On-line Resources

Because no classes are scheduled in the computer lab, it is accessible to students throughout the day. The computers are equipped with Windows 7, Office 2013 Professional Suite, WinWay Resume, CareerScope, Plato and software specific to some classes. The machines are all linked to the Internet and a laser printer.

Resources include a variety of career related videos, audiocassettes, CD-ROMS, books, periodicals, free leaflets and brochures, free resume paper, and a variety of vocational assessments.

moconnectionsMissouri Connections

Missouri Connections is an internet-based, comprehensive career development system supported by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. This program features seamless content on a variety of occupations, degree and certificate programs, colleges and universities, financial aid, self-employment, military options and more.

Special features for students and career planners include career planning portfolios, course planners, resume writer, employment interviewing skills, occupational videos, and a variety of vocational assessments and exploration tools.

Missouri Connections includes interests, values, and skills assessments as well as activities that enrich self-knowledge, encourage exploration, and facilitate goal-setting.

Use the following codes to gain access to the site:

Guest USER NAME : macc

Guest PASSWORD: 2viewmoc

First log in with the Guest User Name and Password, then click on "Create My Portfolio" on the upper right portion of the page to create your own account to save your searches and assessment results.


• College Central Network - access to local and national online job and internship opportunities, online resume posting, job seeking skills
• Career Exploration and Management
• Job Placement and Follow-up
• Job Seeking Skills Workshops
• Paid Tuition for Qualified Applicants
• Lending Library of Career Related Material
• Information on Non-Traditional Referrals
• Financial Aid Information
• Personal Growth Seminars


Information Technology Job Portal for State of Missouri Agencies