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Performance Project (Written and Oral) - 30%
Observation - 20%
Self-evaluation - 10%
Peer Evaluation - 10%
Portfolio - 20%
Reflective Journal - 10%
The purpose of this course is to provide students with intensive engagement in a career counseling. This engagement occurs through supervised participation in direct-service, research, teaching, and/or consultation.
Administering tests to students about career awareness. Conducting a research about career guidance and counseling issue. Working with school counselors specifically about caree guidance and counseling. Performing a career group guidance exercise in a classroom setting. Presenting seminars to both students and families in order to raise a career awareness.
Upon succesful completion of this course, a student will be able to
1. demonstrate an understanding of the career counseling process; including the ability to understand and respond to the needs of diverse client populations.
2. be able to apply the theory and related systems to the delivery of career counseling and related services.
3. critically evaluate programs and services and offer recommendations for enhancement based on best practice.
4. utilize information, interview techniques, and various resources in order to develop individual career/treatment plans.
5. function in an ethical and professional manner as described by national and international ethical standards
6. demonstrate the skills necessary to develop career materials in response to specific needs or requests.