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E-BOOK - Developing & Managing Career Resources
Author/Editor: Susan A. Epstein, MS and Janet G. Lenz, PhD
What do career service centers look like without a strong career resource library? They would resemble a turtle without a shell or a football player without a helmet... you get the drift. Something would be missing! Susan Epstein and Janet Lenz have written an extraordinarily significant book. They provide readers with concrete answers to a real question: "How do we systematically manage career resources with the ever-increasing demands for information and the overabundant amount of information available on the Internet? In this book readers will also get a unique look "behind the scenes" in managing career resources, all the technical and practical issues. Innovative and clear ideas, as well as an unmatched level of expertise make this book a one-of-a-kind. Simply put, if you manage (or would like to manage) career resources, this book is a must! Monograph.
A review of this book can be found in the Career Convergence web magazine.
Click here to view the Table of Contents for Developing and Managing Career Resources
Category: Career Information Resources/Curriculum/Activities
Category: Career Development Theory and Models
Category: Individual/Group Counseling and Facilitating Skills
Category: Coaching/Consultation/Performance Improvement
Stock#: 953.5 Mfr#: ISBN: 978-1-885333-19-3
Employer Relations and Recruitment:
An Essential Part of
Postsecondary Career Services
This monograph is intended for any career services provider seeking a guide for developing employer relations and recruitment services at a postsecondary institution. It serves to inform readers about the changing meaning of "placement" over the years and the role it currently plays in career services. It describes procedures, policies, staffing, technology, evaluation methods, and trends associated with employer relations and recruitment programs based in higher education settings. The monograph, while rich with detailed information, also provides a framework that invites career services staff to employ a "relationship based" approach to providing effective career services to students and employers that can be generalized to a diverse range of educational institutions. (Myrna P. Hoover, Janet G. Lenz, and Jeff Garis, 2013)
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