Some people do it for God, others to prop up their resume. Other people have pet causes, like climate change or same-sex marriage. But whatever your motivation or method, if you engage in any kind of positive social movement you will fall into one of six categories, ranging from the Ultra-Committed Change Maker to the least active Social Change Spectator. So says Walden University’s 2013 Social Change Impact Report, which classifies people based on characteristics like family history (were your parents socially conscious?), religiosity (how often do you attend service?), where you spend your money (do you support companies that behave more responsibly?), and whether you’re applying for a job or college (does engagement in positive social change make your application look good?). If you want to know where you fall on the spectrum, take a short quiz online and find out.