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Experiential Activities for Teaching Career Counseling Classes and for Facilitating Career Groups
Volume III (Book & CD Combined)
Author/Editor: Dr. Mark Pope, Dr. Carole W. Minor, and Dr. Tracy M. Lara
Experiential Activities for Teaching Career Counseling Classes and for Facilitating Career Groups - Volume III is the latest collaboration of the authors of Volume I and II – Dr. Mark Pope, and Dr. Carole W. Minor – and now including Dr. Tracy M. Lara. These authors have over 80 combined years of experience training new career counselors, school counselors, career development facilitators, and other career development professionals.
This third volume of their best-seller has all new tried-and-true activities designed to present career development concepts in interesting and exciting ways. Developed by many of the field's leading practitioners for use in both classroom and career group settings, these hands-on activities are organized in nine sections: self knowledge and career decisions; career development theory; career assessments; occupational information; job search and workplace issues; designing and delivering career programs and services; diversity, equity, and inclusion in career development; technology and media in career counseling; and comprehensive and culminating activities. Each experiential activity is described so that counselors, teachers, and group leaders will know instantly how it can be implemented and adapted to meet the needs of students or clients. 2011
Read a review of this resource in the Career Convergence web magazine.
- Career Information Resources/Curriculum/Activities
- Career Planning and Job Seeking Resources
- Business and Industry
- Independent/Private Practice
- Counseling Education & Research
Stock#: 918 Mfr#: ISBN: 978-1-885333-33-9
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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