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Both companies are thrilled to create a truly exceptional career exploration experience with the vast resources available through JIST and VirtualJobShadow.
For instance, research on school counseling and guidance services have found that students who receive career development services reported greater career awareness and higher levels of career exploration and planning.
This article examines the concept of career exploration in adult populations.
This morning, a student walked into class, and a back pocket was missing off his jeans," reports Growden, who also instructs a career exploration class at the private Catholic university in Adrian, Mich.
Woods estimates more than three million youth nationwide have enrolled in Start Something, a five-year-old program offering free character education, career exploration and service learning.
Greenhaus, Hawkins and Brenner (1983) investigated career exploration among college students.
These programs typically provide a high degree of academic rigor and a field element for career exploration.
Workshops will cover a broadrange of topics related to teambuilding, lifeskills and career exploration.