WINTER 2016: Diversity, Inclusion and Equity in Career Development

Table of Contents


Diversity, Inclusion and Equity & Career Development
By Melissa J. Fickling, Christian D. Chan, and Yamonte Cooper

Special Feature

Fostering Global Connections In Support of NCDA’s International Members
By Vera V. Chapman


NCDA’s Credentialing Initiative
By The NCDA Organizing Committee for Credentialing



From the President:
The Joy of Career Development
By David M. Reile

Diversity, Inclusion and Equity -- NCDA Serving its Membership
By Deneen Pennington

Thought Leader Insights
By Jenn Long

Ethics in a Nutshell
By Greta A. Davis

The Marketplace
By Charles Lehman

On the Web
By Melanie Reinersman


Professional Counselors & Specialists
Beyond Advocacy: Partnering Internationally to Impact Career Development in Zimbabwe
By Roberta A. Neault, Deirdre A. Pickerell, and Pardingtone Nhundu

School Counselors
Incorporating Career Development to Achieve College and Career Readiness in Every K-12 School
By Lourdes M. Rivera

Graduate Students
Career Counseling with Domestic Violence Survivors: A Cognitive Information Processing (CIP) Perspective
By Shae C. McCain

Facilitating Career Development
Assisting the Military/Veteran Client: Practical Advice for Helping Those Who Have Served
By Bill Elliot

Higher Education
Connect the Dots: Access and Support: Fostering Persistence and Career Development for First-Generation College Students
By Michael J. Stebleton and Kate K. Diamond

Career Developments  Magazine

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Career Developments Winter 2016

Winter 2016

Unfortunately members of diverse groups have historically encountered racism, discrimination and oppression, which have had an impact on their career development.


Winter 2016 Focus Article:

Diversity, Inclusion and Equity & Career Development
By Melissa J. Fickling, Christian D. Chan and Yamonte Cooper

Honoring diversity and promoting social justice are core values of career practitioners. In this article, the authors discuss the concept of intersectionality as a way of recognizing complex identities. They briefly describe some best practices when working with three different populations.


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