Features

Counseling Female Military Veterans in Career Transition: Integrating Wellness and Career Models

By G. Gail Rouse, Lesley Riley and Natasha Barnes

This article provides counselors with strategies for integrating both a wellness and career model to effectively work with women making career transitions after serving in the military. An overview of the Indivisible-Self Model and the Kaleidoscope Career Model are provided, with special emphasis on counseling interventions and assessments.

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Counselor Educators & Researchers

Supporting Immigrant College Students towards Career Success

By Michael J. Stebleton and Kate K. Diamond

Counselor educators and career development professionals can support immigrant college students around career decision-making processes. The authors offer an overview of the unique assets, challenges, and issues encountered by immigrant students in the United States . Stories and strategies for practice are provided.

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Independent Practice

Five Questions to Design or Redefine Your Private Practice

By Marie Zimenoff and Ruth Pankratz

A private practice is also a business therefore, considering business best practices is key to success for both. Whether you are just thinking about striking out on your own or looking to redefine your practice, asking yourself a few key questions can help you strengthen your business foundation.

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K-12

The Utility of Modified Course Methodologies in the Classroom

By Jonathan D. Olson

Modified curricular methodologies (such as flipped classrooms and integration of video technologies) provide additional tools for students to find success in the classroom and beyond the classroom, ultimately helping them to become successful in a career setting and as independent life-long learners.

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Post-Secondary

Creative and Collaborative Considerations for a College Career Center

By Kristy Magee

How do we capture students’ attention on a limited budget while living in an instantaneous social media driven society? Consider these career center initiatives based on creativity and collaboration.

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Workplaces

Understanding the Career Development Journey for Native American Clients

By Jenna Crabb and Lamarita Vicenti

Little research has been done on how to effectively assist Native American clients on their career development path. The following article will address the career needs and suggestions for career advising/counseling the Native American client.

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NCDA News

Growing Tomorrow’s Leaders for NCDA: Leadership Academy Celebrates 10 Years

By Maggie McCormick

Ten years is a significant amount of time for a program to grow and mature. Achieving success in those ten years is evident in every area of the association. Obviously it takes a lot of effort to coordinate such a large program. So how can you be a part of the celebration and experience?

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Tech Tips

 

Connect with NCDA on LinkedIn

Chances are that you are not only using LinkedIn, but also recommending it to your clients and students. But are you active in LinkedIn Groups? These digital communities provide space for users with common interests to connect in a more meaningful way, that includes sharing ideas and resources, posting relevant jobs, and engaging in discussion forums. Join NCDA's LinkedIn Group for all of this and organization updates. There are other related Groups that focus on specific areas of interest, such as the NCDA Business and Industry LinkedIn Group. You can also search for Groups managed by NCDA committees, State CDAs, and more.

Tip provided by Melissa A. Venable, PhD, melissa.a.venable@gmail.com

 

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