Learn about your natural strengths and what motivates you through taking one (or both!) of our career assessments.
Completing this online talent assessment is the first step in discovering what you naturally do best and then learning how to develop your greatest talents.
To better understand what your underlying motivators are—those things that get you up in the morning and working late into the night—take PRINT.
Contact Thomas Eng to learn more about each assessment tool and to access your very own login information.
One of the best takeaways from a USC education is your lifelong membership into the Trojan Family. The USC Price Professional Mentor Program is just one way our students leverage this resource.
PPMP matches students with professionals for the full academic year. Mentors serve as role models, offer advice on academic and career goals, and guide students as they develop their professional network.
Our mentors represent Los Angeles’s best and brightest and hail from organizations like: WSP, The Broad Center, the Office of Mayor Garcetti, the City of Long Beach, Davita Health Care Partners, Deloitte, City of Los Angeles, Kaiser, ICF International and City Ventures
Alumni and employers are in demand, as this program is highly valued by students. If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please contact Thomas Eng at email@example.com.
The best way for an individual to learn about his or her field of interest is to go directly to the source, and that is what we facilitate for our outstanding students. Career Services partners with Development to bring students to New York City over Spring Break and Washington D.C. in the fall to meet with organizations in a wide variety of sectors. Students return from these experiences with a deeper understanding of what they want to pursue after graduation and an enhanced appreciation of the power of the Trojan Network. The firms we have visited in New York include Capalino & Company, NYC Office of Management and Budget, Port Authority and Rockefeller and in D.C., our students met with alumni at Senator Schumer’s Office, Deloitte and The Center for American Progress.
“My experience on the D.C. Trek provided a once in a lifetime opportunity to get invaluable career advice that I could not have received anywhere else. I had the privilege to learn from distinguished professionals as well as my amazing cohort members. I can truly say that I grew as a person from this trek and I would highly recommend this opportunity to any Trojan.”