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What does NVGA stand for?

NVGA stands for National Vocational Guidance Association

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To celebrate its centennial, this article traces its evolution beginning from The Vocational Guidance News-Letter through its transitions as The Vocational Guidance Bulletin; The National Vocational Guidance Association Bulletin; The Vocational Guidance Magazine; Occupations, The Vocational Guidance Magazine; and The Vocational Guidance Quarterly (VGQ) to its current form as CDQ.
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.
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.
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.
Bloomfield co-organized the first (1910) and second (1912) national conferences on vocational guidance and was a member of the committee that in 1913 established the National Vocational Guidance Association (NVGA; renamed the National Career Development Association in 1985 [Herr & Shahnasarian, 2001]).
As the official journal of the National Vocational Guidance Association (NVGA; later to be known as the National Career Development Association), this first issue was a landmark in the history of career counseling and development as well as of vocational psychology, because the Bulletin was CDQ's direct ancestor.