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Test Proctoring


The National Career Readiness Certificate!
WorkKeys Testing at Northwest College
Powell and Cody
Call today to schedule your test.

  • Job seekers, make yourself more appealing to employers
  • Employers, maximize the efficiency of your hiring and promotional procedures!
  • Get your National Career Readiness Certificate!

Find more information concerning the WorkKeys testing at ACT - WorkKeys.

The Career Readiness Certificate, a portable employability credential based on the WorkKeys® job skills assessment test, is an invaluable tool for both job seekers and employers. After testing, candidates may register at to create an account, and share their certificate electronically.

WorkKeys Testing

*By appointment only* Please call at least 3 days in advance - days and times to be determined by proctor.

Powell CTD
(307) 754-6062
By appointment only

Cody CTD

Carri Dobbins
(307) 587-3376
By appointment only

Testing Time: 
Each of the three tests takes 55 minutes to complete, for a total of approximately 3.5 hours required to complete the full battery (Reading for Information, Locating Information, and Applied Mathematics), check-in and registration.

Fees:  $52 for all three assessments.

Score Requirements:  In order to earn a Career Readiness Certificate, a tester must score at least a level 3 on all three tests to get a Bronze Certificate, at least a level 4 on all three tests to get a silver certificate, at least a level 5 on all three tests to get a gold certificate, and at least a level 6 on all three tests to get a platinum certificate. The testing fee is non-refundable, regardless of whether the tester scores high enough to receive a certificate.

*Note:  ALL three tests in the battery must be completed and the tester must sign a release form and provide a home address for mailing in order to receive a Career Readiness Certificate.*

Hathaway Scholarship Program

Applied Mathematics, Locating Information, and Reading for Information are needed.

For specific information on the Hathaway Scholarship program, contact Deborah Karst, 307-754-6270 or visit Hathaway Scholarships.