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Historians of career counseling have identified 1913 as the launch date, corresponding to the founding of the National Vocational Guidance Association (renamed the National Career Development Association in 1985 [NCDA; Brewer, 1942; Pope, 2000]) and have attributed that founding to a small group of disaffected social workers who realized that case management, the traditional focus of that Held, was simply not enough.
Farrey was a member and leader of numerous professional associations committed to advancing teaching throughout Massachusetts such as the American Personnel and Guidance Association, the Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors, the State College Task Force on Developmental Skills, and the National Vocational Guidance Association.
Different groups of scholars and practitioners became members of the National Vocational Guidance Association (renamed the National Career Development Association [NCDA] in 1985) and published their important theories and research in the Journal of Employment Counseling and the Vocational Guidance Quarterly (now The Career Development Quarterly), among other journals and publications.
This culminated in Campbell's serving on the executive council of the newly formed National Vocational Guidance Association (NVGA) in 1913 (Zapoleon, 1985).
He was also 1 of the founders of the National Vocational Guidance Association (now National Career Development Association) and National Association of Secondary School Principals.
At the Michigan meeting, the National Vocational Guidance Association (now the National Career Development Association) was founded, with Bloomfield on the Executive Committee and later as president in 1916-1918.
In 1952, 'The Personnel and Guidance Journal (PGJ; now called the Journal of Counseling & Development [JCD]) became the journal of the new American Personnel and Guidance Association (APGA; now the American Counseling Association), with the National Vocational Guidance Association (NVGA; now the NCDA) as one of its four founding divisions.
Citation for National Vocational Guidance Association eminent career award to Anne Roe.