Brennfleck photo.2JPGWelcome to CareerFitTest.com, a unique complete assessment system and career development resource that will help you to reach your career potential. Developed in 1994 by Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck, the Career Fit Test is a hands-on card sort process that allowed the user, to not only define their top motivated transferable skills, but to also link them to careers that fit their unique code. The assessment then helps the user to reality test career options; make great career decisions; and conduct a successful job search. This proven assessment and career planning process has helped thousands of people to find work that they were designed to do.  The Career Fit assessment system has also been successfully used by career counselors and universities including Azusa Pacific University and Concordia University Ann Arbor.  In 2012, the Brennflecks developed this online version of the assessment to better serve today’s online users.


More about Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck

 Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck are National Certified Career Counselors who have a passionate interest in helping people find their purpose in life. They have more than 25 years experience assisting individuals in discovering their unique design, finding work that fits their design, and discerning their calling through individual counseling and coaching, workshops, and retreats. They are the authors of Live Your Calling: A Practical Guide to Finding and Fulfilling Your Mission in Life (Jossey-Bass, 2005). The Career Fit Test and resources provide you with a low cost way to benefit from their years of experience and discover the work that best fits your motivated skills, interests and personality traits.Discover your unique career code today and begin the process of discovering and obtaining work that is a fit for you!

In 1987, they founded Lifework Design, their private practice career services firm in Pasadena, CA, with the goal of helping people do comprehensive career planning with an eternal perspective. In 1997, they began the web site ChristianCareerCenter.com, as a one-stop online career resource center for employers and individuals. Their web sites receive more than 35,000 visits each month. In addition to their work online and in their private practice, they also direct the Center for Career and Life Calling at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, MI. The Brennflecks have had the privilege of investing thousands of career counseling hours, helping hundreds of individual career counseling clients. They have gained an intimate perspective of people’s deep desire to know their purpose in life, and developed the knowledge and skills to guide people successfully through the process of creating a meaningful life. As National Certified Career Counselors, they help clients examine the whole of their lives — the spiritual, psychological, relational, financial, physical, as well as the vocational components — to create a life that truly embodies their skills, interests, personality traits and values. They also have had the privilege of serving many organizations by providing career development and executive coaching, outplacement assistance, workshops, and consultation on topics such as discovering and living one’s calling, developing a sense of mission in work, using one’s gifts at work or in the church, career growth and development, and matching gifts with ministry opportunities. These organizations include Insight for Living, World Vision, Focus on the Family, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Campus Crusade for Christ, Wycliffe Bible Translators, World Impact, and the Christian Management Association (CMA), as well as many Christian colleges, schools, camps, and churches. Kevin has a B.A. from Taylor University and an M.A. from Azusa Pacific University, and additional graduate work from California State University at Northridge. Kay Marie earned a B.A. from Azusa Pacific University and an M.A. from the University of Denver, and completed additional graduate work at Fuller Theological Seminary and California State University at Northridge.