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2011 college transition network Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Coach as Instrument & Other Unconventional Instruments in Career Planning
    • National College Transition Network
    • November 2011
    • Amy Mazur, M. Ed, NCC, MCDP
    • Career Development Specialist
    • [email_address] net
  • 2. Take A Breath…
      • What happened?
      • A metaphor for what we will do here and what we do with our students
  • 3. This Morning’s Focus
    • Understand the critical role you play in fostering growth and change in your students
    •  
    • Reframe what you already know and use from a new perspective that will sharpen the skills you already possess
    • Practice using assessments that will move students along in their career planning and transition process
  • 4. Our Hope with Students - Engendering Hope - Evaluating Realistic Options - Motivating & Supporting - Understanding Possibility - Maintaining Boundaries
  • 5. When we think of Career Assessment
        • Identifying Skills
        • Clarifying Values
        • Exploring Interests
        • Assessing Abilities
  • 6. Career Development Model Self Match Action Options
  • 7. Career Development Model
    • Self (Reflection)
      • Includes:
        • Roles
        • Values
        • Aptitudes
        • Environments
        • Interest
        • Skills
        • Personal Style
        • Priorities
  • 8. Career Development Model
    • Options (Exploration)
      • Includes:
        • Research on occupations, industries and labor market
        • Job shadowing
        • Volunteer or part-time work
        • Informational interviews
        • Written materials, the internet
  • 9. Career Development Model
    • Match (Decision-Making)
      • Includes:
        • Identifying and evaluating possibilities
        • Exploring alternatives
        • Choosing options – long and short-term
        • Goal Setting
  • 10. Career Development Model
    • Action (Strategy)
      • Includes:
        • Building in support, accountability and rewards
        • Networking
        • Resumes, Cover Letters, Interviews
        • Negotiating Employment
  • 11. Considering Context
      • Gender
      • Family
      • Racial/Ethnic
      • Dominant Culture
            • Rosie Bingham, 2007
  • 12. Constructivism
      • Career Construction Theory…surveys how individuals construct their careers by using
      • life themes to integrate self -organization of personality and the self -extension of career adaptability into a self -defining whole that animates work, directs occupational choice and shapes vocational adjustment.
            • Savickas in Career Construction Theory
  • 13. Constructivism
  • 14. Constructivism
    • Shift from:
      • Information to experience
      • Psychometric self to storied self
      • Objective to subjective
    • Career as carrier of personal meaning
    • Client & Counselor as Co-Collaborators
    • Builds on development framework:
      • Takes context and development into account
  • 15. What Does it Look Like?
    • Vocational Genogram
    • Peak Experiences
    • Skills Identification Through Story
    • Relational Mapping
  • 16. What Does it Feel Like?: Five Good Things
  • 17. Wrap-up/Questions
    • PowerPoint available on my LinkedIn Profile:
      • www.linkedin.com/in/amymazur
    • Assessment Resource List
    • Contact me at acmazur@comcast.net
    • Thank you!