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The career counselor also needs to assist John in recognizing and addressing discrimination and harassment.
These actions ensure that your detailer and career counselor have the most accurate and current data about your professional achievements and qualifications, as well as personnel information that may determine whether you obtain your desired job.
Record updates and assignment of the new AQDs will be performed by the Supply Corps Career Counselor and were updated for the FY 09 lieutenant commander board which convened on May 13.
The day is timed so that a career counselor can steer students toward appropriate courses in the upcoming school year.
Working face-to-face with a client, a career counselor can offer a number of services from administering career-related diagnostic assessments to supporting a job search with resume tips and job market analysis.
As the commander's personal and principle advisor on the legality and impact of retention policies, the career counselor is faced with responsibilities outweighing those of a soldier of comparable rank.
We will create 10,000 career counselor posts in each year and 50,000 in five years.
You need to utilize your contacts, network, talk to a guidance counselor, even look in the Yellow Pages," says Leslie Edelman, a career counselor at Northern Highlands High School in Allendale, New Jersey.