Presentations are subject to change. The conference program book will contain the final presentations and time slots.

Session descriptions will be posted in shortly.

Program Series I
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
3:05 – 4:15 pm

#100 Helping Youth Realize Imagined Futures: A Longitudinal Study From 10th Grade to 2 Years Into Postsecondary Training
Learn results, from a longitudinal study of adolescents transitioning through high school and into postsecondary education, demonstrating the relationship between career development counseling services provided while in high school, psychosocial variables, financial planning strategies, and critical markers of postsecondary success (e.g., retention and debt) two years after high school graduation.
Richard Lapan, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Tim Poynton, University of Massachusetts Boston


#101 Intersection of Career Counseling and Psychosocial Adjustment to Disability for Adults with Acquired Disabilities
This program shares a theoretical and practical approach to career counseling with adults with acquired disabilities. Practitioners must possess a working knowledge of the adjustment to disability process as it relates to the client's career transition. Participants will learn how career interventions can facilitate the client's adjustment to their disability.
Tina Anctil, Portland State University


#102 Training and Supervision for the Next Generation of Career Counselors
How can career practitioners best supervise counselors-in-training? For 40 years, the Florida State Career Center has successfully trained and supervised counselors-in-training in delivering career services to diverse clients. Come enhance your professional development in this critical area, and learn effective and innovative techniques for individual and group supervision.
Janet Lenz, Florida State University Career Center; Emily Kennelly, Florida State University Career Center; Kristin Zaideman, Florida State University Career Center; Sylvia Nassar-McMillan, North Carolina State University


#103 Using Narratives to Design Personalized Career Programs and Activities that Facilitate Career Readiness
This session explores how practitioners working with youth, college, and adult populations can use career narratives to assess and design interventions that increase career readiness.  Levels of career readiness will be described using three identity models: Ego-Identity Development, Life Story, and Conceptions of Career Choice and Attainment.
V. Scott H Solberg, Boston University; Caroline VanBruinswaardt, Chonlada Jarukitisakul, Ellie Castine, Taryn Hargrove, Zi Chen


#104 Trauma: The Foundation for an Encore Career
This session will explore how personal stories of pain and trauma can serve as the catalyst and foundation for encore careers in which individuals seek to actively master what they have passively suffered. This session will outline how counselors can help clients create meaning to their suffering through their career.
Jennifer Del Corso, Old Dominion University


#105 Contributions of NCDA to Improve Veterans' Transitions to Civilian Careers:  What Have We Learned? What Can We Do Next?
In this panel presentation, authors of articles in a recent journal issue on veterans' career development will update and expand upon their articles.  The presentation will summarize accomplishments of the NCDA Veterans Committee and discuss opportunities offered to NCDA.  Career practitioners can expect to learn more about veterans' career transitions.
Robert Miles, NCDA; Shawn Conlon, U.S. Marine Corps; Mary Anderson, Western Michigan University; Ted Daywalt, VetJobs Veteran Employment Situation Report


#106 Creative Impactful Career Development Practices and Resources for International Student Success
Career development professionals struggle to meet the career-readiness needs of international students. Barriers include differences in job search cultural norms, language barriers impacting interview skills, and challenges in navigating Visa issues. This presentation features innovative programs and resources with the goal of sharing best practices for this diverse population.
Ellen Zold Goldman, Northeastern University; Ashley LoBue, Northeastern University


#107 Action-Oriented, Hope-Centered Career Interventions
Learn more about the Action-Oriented, Hope-Centered Career model and the face-to-face and online interventions that have been developed to go along with this approach. Presenters will be discussing the interventions in the context of several research projects involving unemployed clients and immigrant professionals.
Norman Amundson, UBC; Spencer Niles, College of William & Mary; Goddard Tannis, Training Innovations; Amber Clarke, Saskatoon Health Region


#108 Utilizing Peer Career Advisors to Engage a Changing College Student Population
Learn about the benefits of building a peer career advisor program at a university career center. Get the inside scoop on how the Peer Career Advisor program at the University of Colorado at Boulder has positively impacted students, staff, and faculty.
Cori Shaff, University of Colorado Boulder, Career Services; Ben Wurzel, University of Colorado Boulder, Career Services


#109 ProPath: A Career Development Plan for Undergraduates
In response to the frequent student comment, I wish I had known this was available earlier, UMass Lowell's Career Services office developed ProPath, a year-by-year structured approach to career planning and development, integrating experiential learning with career development activities to help undergraduates successfully transition into a professional position or graduate school. Presenters will share the elements of the plan including its curriculum, methods of tracking student progress and the implementation of the plan through faculty collaborations and a campus-wide marketing effort.
Priscilla March, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Martina Witts, University of Massachusetts Lowell


#110 The Courage to Imagine: Confronting and Managing Vocational Anxiety
Career exploration is inherently an anxiety provoking process during each stage of the life span.  This session will introduce vocational anxiety from an existential perspective, and provide strategies for helping clients confront and manage their anxiety while they face existential concerns such as creating meaningful and authentic lives and accepting responsibility for self-creation.
Christopher Pisarik, University of Georgia


#111 Obtaining Employment within the Federal Government
This presentation will focus on navigating the federal employment process including Do's and Dont's.
Loredana Erlick, Hines VA Hospital; Kate Schoenlein, Hines VA Hospital



Program Series II
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
4:35 – 5:45 pm

#200 Retirement Reimagined: Using Career Tools to Help Baby Boomers Create Encore Lives
The Retirement Life Project began with a blog about this major life transition. This presentation introduces five activity arenas (work, entrepreneurship, leisure, volunteer, and learning) using the Holland Hexagon to create a productive and meaningful Third Age. Intended for transitional professionals and practitioners interested in doing retirement life planning.
Cathy Severson, Passport to Purpose and RLM LLC


#201 Career Identities that Last a Lifetime: Benefits of Life-story or Narrative Writing Methods
This presentation shares  outcomes research that indicates a positive correlation between the intent of life-story writing to 'uncover' a personal story, to create a new career identity, and facilitate a positive career change. Presenters will focus on benefits for the client-counsellor relationship.
George Dutch, JobJoy


#202 Collaborative Learning in an Online Graduate Career Counseling Course
Counselor education is adopting the national trend toward online learning.  For career counseling instructors the challenge is to find ways to engage students in collaborative learning to enhance their understanding and appreciation for the career counseling profession.  This program will outline methods for accomplishing that goal.
David Dietrich, University of Tennessee at Martin; Fred Dorn, North Central University


#203 Supervising Career Counselors:  Applying Theory to Site Supervision
Join us to learn about the Integrated Development Model and its application to the site supervision of career counseling interns and new professionals. Participants will be provided with examples of site supervision resources and presenters will facilitate a supervision case to share best practices.
Allison Moesel, Georgetown University; Beth Harlan, Georgetown University


#204 Finding Your First Job in America: Counseling New Immigrants and Refugees
This session is  practitioner focused and highlights effective strategies for working with new immigrants and refugees in their first year of arrival. Special issues, challenges, and strengths of this population will be discussed. Success stories describing what services are most helpful will be shared.
Shadin Atiyeh, Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County; Shrina Eadeh, Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County


#205 Reducing Recidivism: Established Methodologies/Programs for the Hard to Sell Population
Reducing recidivism requires a community-collaboration approach, practical hands-on applications, and mutual respect. With far-reaching costs and rippling societal consequence, today is dedicated to evaluating the results of an on-going three-year Central Florida Jobs Initiative intensive three-week workshop empowering disadvantaged populations and how your organization/community can benefit from the lessons learned.
Danny Huffman, Education Career Services; Mark Treston, Education Career Services; Kelly Byrne, Education Career Services


#206 Key Career Success Factors of People with Liberal Arts Majors in South Korea
Seeking a job as liberal arts students is far tougher than engineering students. In this session, participants will be able to gain useful insights and learn effective interventions for individuals majored in liberal arts by reviewing key success factors defined with people with liberal arts degrees and HR professionals.
Hyung Joon Yoon, Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane; Sung Sik Ahn, Korea University Career Development Center; Dongyul Kim, Korea Leadership Center; Min Hee Yang, Kookmin University; Min Jung Kim, Chungshin Girls' Middle School; Sora Ahn, Sungshin Women's University Career Development Center


#207 Corporate Careers - How Employees Get Stuck . . . and How to Help Them
Why do employees in large organizations get stuck in their careers? How can we help them? Learn how General Motors Company is increasing employee engagement with a new global career development platform built for employees by employees.
Rich Feller, Colorado State University; Mimi Brent, General Motors Company - Global Human Resources - Talent Management


#208 Contemplative Career Counseling: Mindfulness and Beyond
Contemplative Career Counseling draws upon the intersection of neuroscience and contemplative practices by utilizing methods that align the client's inner experience with their outer life.  This is accomplished by integrating mindfulness and other contemplative practices into the traditional career counseling process.  Come experience and learn these methods firsthand.
Linda Faucheux, University of Colorado, Career Services; Deepesh Faucheux, Naropa University; Aga Sypniewska, University of Colorado, Career Services


#209 What Employers Wish You Knew: 7 Proven Techniques for Job Winners
You never know why you don't get hired. Employers can't tell--but wish you knew--they don't pick mediocre. Based on research of the most important factors impacting hiring decisions, the presenters will uncover a targeted web-based, hybrid training model. This session reviews the top 7 proven techniques for job winners.
Jan McCormick, JobLingo


#210 The FUDGE Factor™: Finding Your Professional Sweet Spot at Any Age
Motivational speaker and writer Esther Hicks says, "It's never too late to be who you were meant to be".  The FUDGE Factor(TM) process helps people, who haven't yet found who they were meant to be, create a strategic plan to find their sweet spot in life.
Lisa Kelley, Arkansas Rehabilitation Services; Mary Hunt, Arkansas Rehabilitation Services


#211 Celebrating the Business of an Independent Career Professional
Join fellow independents as we explore managing a solo business successfully.  Assess today's opportunities and challenges for financial management, marketing services, and client management.  Presenters share their collective  experience about their journeys as a role model for those considering career development as an encore career path.
Sue Aiken, Something of Value; Nancy Miller, Creative Lifework Design



Presentation Series III
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
10:20 - 11:30 am

#300 Taking the Next Step with Twitter: Tips for Live Chat Participation and Moderation
Have you ever wondered how a Twitter chat works? Get started with this how to session. You'll find out what to expect as a live chat participant, and what to consider if you are thinking about creating a new chat event for your career center or private practice.
Melissa Venable, OnlineColleges.net


#301 North Korean Defectors' Life Reimagined in South Korea: An Effective Career Development Program
This session will share the results of competency modeling for North Korean defectors' career development and a career development training program based on the competencies. Participants will be able to understand the career development needs of NKDs in South Korea and learn how to approach those with different cultural backgrounds.
Hyung Joon Yoon, Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane; Eun Hee Kang, Korea University Career Development Center; Su-Kyoung Lim, Korea Rural Economic Institute; Sungsik Ahn, Korea University Career Development Center


#302 Validation of a Resiliency/Social-Emotional Learning Instrument for Elementary Students
To be responsive to student disengagement, schools need personalized information identifying youth's emerging needs. This study validated an assessment designed to measure the social and emotional needs of elementary students. Researchers also determined these factors are predictive of future academic performance, as measured by state reading and math exam scores.
Scott Solberg, Boston University; Christine De Baca, ScholarCentric; Taryn Hargrove Gore, Boston University


#303 Top 5 Branding Mistakes of Encore Careerists
This interactive session will explore the top 5 branding mishaps that often erode job search success. Participants will walk away with examples from clients and from guided discussion to help clients dig deeper and marry their brand strengths with employer needs for a value proposition with heart and teeth.
Marie Zimenoff, A Strategic Advantage


#304 Career Development Considerations of LGBT College Students
LGBT individuals who suffer from a low level of social support, experienced discrimination while attending school, and may face challenges in fully developing their careers. This program explores the relationships between social support network, school environment, career role models and LGBT individuals' career decision making.
Hansori Jang, University of Iowa; Carol Smith, University of Iowa


#305 A Nonprofit Perspective: Utilizing Assessments to Identify Career Pathways for Individuals with Multiple Barriers
Guided by Blustein's (2006) Psychology of Working, the presenter will provide an overview of nonprofit career services and highlight how a tool from the Colorado Department of Higher Education has been integrated into ongoing programming to assess interests and determine career pathways for individuals facing multiple barriers to employment.
Elizabeth Robertson, Center for Work Education and Employment


#306 Fostering Clients' Career Development Through Chaos Theory of Careers: Interventions and Techniques
Chaos Theory of Careers (CTC) (Pryor & Bright, 2011) addresses the non-linearity and uncertainty of career and can free clients from outdated modes when making career decisions. In this session, presenters will focus on CTC-based career counseling interventions to effect positive change with clients in university and private practice settings.
Lauren Pasquarella Daley, Catalyst, Inc.; Jon Schlesinger, University of Colorado Boulder, Career Services


#307 A Career Construction Counseling Manual: Development and Use
The session will describe the development and use of a Career Construction Counseling Manual that provides a step-by-step outline of the intervention. During the session, participants will consider manualized interventions, the principles that structure career construction counseling, and practice the techniques and strategies that constitute the counseling intervention.
Mark Savickas, Northeast Ohio Medical university


#308 Best Practices for Working with International Students
The NCDA International Student Work Group will share the results of a nationwide survey with employers and recruitment professionals. The presenters will discuss strategies to utilize career services successfully, and identify practical resources and best practices that can increase the effectiveness of career professionals working with international students.
Elif Balin, Pennsylvania State University; Satomi Yaji Chudasama, Princeton University; Elizabeth Knapp, UNIVERSITY of HOUSTON (BAUER); Jason Radman, Colorado State University; Priyanka Raut, University of Houston; Lily Zhang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


#309 Reimagining Career Counseling for African-American Male Students Using an Anti-Deficit Framework
African-American men are continually mishandled by educators, policymakers, and concerned others. Research has tended to magnify the troubled status of African-American men on all levels of education and has yielded few solutions. This session explores the importance of applying an anti-deficit achievement framework in career counseling with African-American men.
Yamonte Cooper, El Camino College; Brian Hutchison, University of Missouri - St. Louis


#310 Shared Responsibility: A Career Development Model for Today's Businesses

How does career development work in a for-profit business model?  Come and learn what one successful business is doing to support career development for over 3,000 employees. In this presentation you will learn how to approach career development in a corporation and three specific programs that can be implemented in any organization.
Gaylen Smith-Osborn, LPL Financial; Andrea Manoni, LPL Financial


#311 Experience the Who You Are Matters! Career Clarification Game and Online Storytelling Tools for Life Design
Career counselors and specialists deserve to be influential in helping lifelong learners navigate transitions and re-imagine life's possibilities. We need tools that promote readiness, clarification and life design principles. Sample and appreciate the face-to-face Who You Are MATTERS! game and online storytelling tools successfully used in education, organizations and practice.
Mark Franklin, CareerCycles; Rich Feller, Colorado State University



Presentation Series IV
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
1:00 - 2:10 pm

#400 Leadership Academy
Leadership Academy Participants


#401 Employee Career Development: A Must in the 21st Century
The presenter will walk the attendees through the most effective steps in designing, developing, implementing, promoting and evaluating an employee career development program. The responsibility of the organization, the first line manager, and the employee will be described and discussed.
Richard Knowdell, Career Development Network


#402 The Secrets of an Efficient High-Growth Career Practice: How to Leverage Technology to Grow Your Business
As your career services practice grows, administrative headaches grow right along with it. Good news! There are many tools, apps, and products for small business owners that can have a profound effect on your sanity and your freedom! Embracing technology allows you to crate space for new clients, more revenue, and (surprisingly!) more free time. The workshop, led by the award-winning author and CEO of The Career Strategy Group, will prepare overburdened small business owners to tackle technology challenges in their business, especially those that may be stifling growth.
Laura Labovich, The Career Strategy Group


#403 Helping Clients Develop Career Concern with Motivational Interviewing and Career Narratives
Often counselors encounter clients that demonstrate low career concern. In this presentation, participants will learn about the application of Motivational Interviewing (MI) to target developing career concern with clients. Additionally, participants will review case studies and see demonstrations of specific aspects of MI used with client's narratives.
Kevin Stoltz, University of Central Arkansas; Shékina Rochat, Institut de Psychologie, Université de Lausanne


#404 The YWCA FiftyPlus Program: Getting Mature Women Back to Work
The YWCA's FiftyPlus Program is the only program in the nation that offers employment training and job placement exclusively for women age 50 and older.  Since 2000, FiftyPlus has been preparing mature women with the skills they need to secure and retain employment so they may achieve economic self-sufficiency.
Lindsy Carpenter, YWCA San Francisco & Marin


#405 Comparing Career Transitions of Midlife and College Student Veterans
Military members were surveyed regarding their experience transitioning to civilian employment, life satisfaction, and demographic features. Specifically midlife veterans (n=134) and college student veterans (n=141) were surveyed. Findings regarding transition variables will be discussed, including confidence, support, and motivation, as well as implications for career practitioners working with veterans.
Heather Robertson, St. John's University


#406 Raising the Bar: Critical New Concepts in the Revised ACA Code of Ethics
The 2014 revision of the ACA Code of Ethics substantially raises the bar for the ethical practice of career counselors.  This presentation will highlight new ethical imperatives in such areas as professional values, social media, the imposition of counselor personal values, defining the moment ethical responsibilities begin, and fee splitting.
Erin Martz, American Counseling Association


#407 Choosing Work in the 21st Century: Balancing the Marketplace and the Dream
I just need a job with benefits.  I really don't care if the job is interesting ...   This client's comments, uttered after she was asked about her goals, reflect a shift for many practitioners who are trained to foster self-determination.  This presentation will review the complexities of balancing career dreams with the reality of the labor market.
David Blustein, Boston College; Hanoch Flum, Ben-Gurion University; Rachel Gali Cinamon, Tel Aviv University


#408 Serving and Learning: An Illustration of Service Learning in Career Counselor Education
Educating future career counselors is a complex and challenging process. This presentation will describe a service learning activity that was designed to address this complex task through a high-impact service learning experience for counseling students, while concurrently serving aspiring first-generation college students from low-income backgrounds.
Kevin Tate, Department of Counselor Education & Counseling Psychology, Marquette University; Heather Lemke, Educational Opportunity Program, Marquette University; T Ullrich, Educational Opportunity Program, Marquette University


#409 Digging Deeper into the Keynote Presentation:  How We Can Elevate Career Development
In this interactive presentation, our keynoter Bill Symonds will provide more detail about the work the Global Pathways Institute is helping lead to develop more collaborative models of career guidance.  This session will provide an opportunity for attendees to ask questions and engage in a discussion with Symonds. We will also discuss ways in which participants might become directly engaged in the work of the Global Pathways Institute.
William Symonds, Global Pathways Institute


#410 Growing from Within: Individualized Career Services in a Joint Labor/Management Manufacturing Environment
This presentation will demonstrate how Boeing puts to use its internal talents. Through a unique collaboration between management and labor, and the use of career tools and career advisors, employees gain skills and promotional opportunities. Presenters will highlight tools used in career advancement for IAM represented hourly employees at Boeing.
Jeff Snyder, IAM/Boeing Joint Programs; Gina Fountain, IAM/Boeing Joint Programs; Lindsay Ruf, IAM/Boeing Joint Programs


#411 Your Work or Your Life: Setting Boundaries and Keeping Balance in an Increasingly Fast-Paced World
Your Work or Your Life addresses the salient issue of work-life balance in the 21st Century.   Career practitioners and their clients frequently juggle competing priorities in their work and lives.  This interactive workshop aims to help career practitioners create solutions for work-life synergy for themselves and their clients.
Michelle Carroll, Carroll Career Consultants, LLC; Jessica Bickley, Career Development Alliance & REA-Partners in Transition; Tina Johnston, NewStarts Counseling and Education Services, pllc



Presentation Series V
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
2:30 – 3:40 pm

#500 Transgender in the Workplace:  Expanding Career Counselor's Focus on this Special-Underserved Population
Currently there is a dearth of specific research on career interventions with transgender populations.  This presentation will provide an overview of the most contemporaneous recommendations for attending the needs of these special clients, in the domain of career services.  Attention will focus on definition of terms; requisite career awareness; applicable skills and techniques for effective career counseling ; and Social Justice advocacy for this special client population.
Lee Covington Rush, Northern Illinois University; Jakendra Williams, Northern Illinois University; Suzy Wise, Counselor Education and Supervision, Norther Illinois University


#501 When Asian Women Consider Career Options
This panel of Asian career practitioners will describe cultural issues which affect career choices of the women they counsel in Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines, and Korea.  As these women seek meaning in life, their cultural and gender perspectives affect their choices.  Each country presents unique cultural concerns, but also common themes.
Marilyn Maze, Asia Pacific Career Dev. Assoc.; Cheri Butler, Asia Pacific Career Development Association; Hsui-Lan (Shelley) Tien, Asia Pacific Career Development Association; Megumi Ohkubo, Rikkyo University, Tokyo; Carla Siojo, Ateneo de Manila University; Jung-ah Cho, Gyeonggi Women's Development Center


#502 50 Mobile Hacks Career Counselors Need Right Now!
Are you ready for 50 life-changing mobile hacks in 50 minutes? Come join this fast-paced session that promises to increase your efficiency and effectiveness - or at least to impress your friends with your hacks-to-go knowledge by its conclusion.
Deb Osborn, Florida State University; Melissa Venable, OnlineColleges.net


#503 Transition Classes for Veterans: Analyzing Outcome Data from Career Assessments
With the growing attention on supporting veterans in their career development, a question looms as to whether various interventions are effective. This presentation will discuss a specific example of using career-related assessments to determine the impact of a transition class for veterans in a post-secondary higher education setting.
Krysta Kurzynski, John Carroll University; Seth Hayden, Wake Forest University


#504 Childhood Career Development: Addressing Barriers, Building Career Adaptability, and Promoting Hope
Join us for an engaging and thoughtful dialogue! Presenters will share information and utilize case studies to facilitate conscientious discussion regarding the need to address barriers, develop career adaptability, and build hope in today's children starting at a young age to facilitate healthy and positive lifelong career development.
Jacqueline Peila-Shuster, Colorado State University; Sharon K. Anderson, Colorado State University; Ozlem Ulas, Hacettepe University, Turkey


#505 Understanding Counselor Liability and Risks: Ethics and Protection
Think you could never be sued by a client? Think again as this could indeed happen. Join us as we examine ethics, counselor liability and risks. Prepare to self assess your present practices using interactive clickers and see how you stack up.
Ellen Weaver Paquette, Developpe, Inc.; Judith Drew, Salve Regina University


#506 Career Capital: From Finding to Cultivating the Dream Job
Finding the dream job by following your passions leads students to chronic anxiety, avoiding commitment, and externalizing empowerment.  Students and transitioning adults alike have been set up for failure due to societal messaging of finding your dream career. Explore how cultivating career capital can increase control, decrease anxiety, and build positive awareness in clients.
Jessie Czerwonka, University of Colorado Denver Career Center; Nick Shaklee, University of Colorado Denver Career Center; Scott Treas, University of Colorado Denver Career Center


#507 The Seven Essential Steps to Reimagining Our Lives
Distilling down the experience of 40+ years in helping some 10,000,000 people reimagine their lives, or find encore careers, the author of What Color Is Your Parachute here summarizes the seven keys to doing this; and, along the way, the stumbling blocks people run into.
Dick Bolles, eParachute, AARP (Life Reimagined, Work Division)


#508 Beyond Counseling: Applying Career Construction Theory to Other Forms of Career Intervention
Career construction theory and practice applies to career intervention primarily in the form of counseling.  Yet, counseling represents just one form of career intervention.  Therefore, participants will learn to effectively apply career construction to other forms of career intervention including workbooks, curricula, and academic advising.  Designed for a general audience.
Paul J. Hartung, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Mark L. Savickas, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Tracy Lara, Kent State University


#509 Best Practices Panel: Career Peer Ambassador Programs
Panelists from diverse higher education institutions across the country will share how their career centers recruit, train, utilize, and empower current students to serve as peer ambassadors. Attendees will gain insight for use in creating or improving their own team of peer leaders, encouraging student engagement across campus.
Katherine Nobles, UNC Chapel Hill University Career Services; Samara Reynolds, UNC Chapel Hill School of Law; Vera Chapman, Colgate University; Jamie Perez, Texas Tech University


#510 Leaders as Career Agents: How to Boost Employee Engagement with Just One Role
With employee engagement statistics showing us that upwards of 70% of the workforce today is checked out, it is imperative for leaders, career practitioners and organizations to think about how to maximize talent in a way that leads to mutual gains.  Participants in this workshop will understand how to apply methods to be a career agent, which leads to increased employee engagement and productivity.
Mary  Ila Ward, Horizon Point Consulting, Inc.


#511 Intergrating the Career Development Facilitator Certification into Counselor Education Programs
Recent developments in career and college readiness have driven worldwide changes in the preparation of school counselors. The demand that all workers have 21st century knowledge and skills in order to be competitive and to manage inevitable life-career transitions has to be addressed in the K-12 setting. The presenter will share the rationale, the journey and benefits of incorporating the Career Development Facilitator Program into the curriculum of Counselor Education Programs. This session will use South Carolina State University as the model to enable other universities to develop, validate, or improve their career development competencies for Counselor Education students.
Sharon Givens, SC State University/Training Visions


Presentation Series VI
Thursday, July 2, 2015
8:30 – 9:30 am 

#600 Best Practices for Your Private Practice
Learn best practices for your private practice from professionals with three different business models.  Whether you want a practice focused on individual clients, a hybrid practice that includes contracts with employers and training and group work or a part-time, niche practice, we have lots of tips to make it work.
Karen Chopra, The Savvy Career Counselor; Paula Brand, Brand Career Management; Michelle Carroll, Carroll Career Consultants


#601 Teaching Students about the Connections between Social Class and Career Development
The intersection of social class and career affects many counseling clients, yet counselors sometimes struggle to meaningfully address this connection. Members of the NCDA-ACES Commission for Preparing Counselors will present unique and experiential activities designed to teach graduate students how to understand these connections and effectively serve their clients.
Melinda Gibbons, University of Tennessee; Kathy Evans, University of South Carolina; Stephanie Burns, Western Michigan University; Seth Hayden, Wake Forest University; Kevin Tate, Marquette University; Adry Clark, Western Oregon University


#602 Perceptions of Career Counseling Faculty on the Future of the Profession and its Role in Counseling Departments
A comparative case study of five career counseling faculty members within five CACREP university counseling programs in the U.S. was recently conducted to examine their perceptions and experiences in delivering career topics, the level of support for the program by leadership, and perceived sustainability of the career counseling specialization. Results will be shared and discussed in this session.
Heather Zeng, Capella University; Byron Waller, Governors State University; Carol Vecchio, Centerpoint Institute for Life and Career Renewal


#603 Thinking Outside of Limitations and Reimaging Career Potentials for International Populations
A research-based career program is introduced which targets three key factors to enhance career development and preparation for international students. Three elements include sharpening career identity, building personal brand and developing professional job-search skills. Moreover, theoretical background, program's practice and evaluation will be discussed.
Susan T. Chuang, New Mind Education; S. Raymond Ting, North Carolina State University


#604 Application of a Unifying Framework for Navigating the School to Work Transition for Youth with Disabilities
A unifying framework for navigating transitions is applied specifically to the school to work transition for youth with disabilities. Using this framework to target their career development needs and provide a self-regulatory learning process, creative and collaborative strategies emerge to help address many challenging issues encountered by youth with disabilities.
John Kosciulek, Michigan State University; Becky Bobek, ACT, Inc.; Richard Lapan, University of Massachusetts, Amherst


#605 Career Counseling in Emerging Markets: An Encore Panel of International Career Professionals
The International Career Issues Committee presents a panel presentation with discussion designed to identify both common and divergent practices and trends in international career practice. Each of three panelists will give a short presentation relevant to research or practice in a non-United States setting followed by a moderated discussion.
Brian Hutchison, University of Missouri - St. Louis


#606 Advocating  for Career Development Legislation:  How to Make a Difference
This presentation provides a description of the career development and counseling programs that can be offered under recent educational and workforce legislation as well as a comprehensive guide on how to work with your state and congressional legislators to secure policies and funding in support of your career development work.
Charles Lehman, NCDA Government Relations Committee; Rebecca Dedmond, NCDA Government Relations Committee; Matt Kent, Lobbyit


#607 LGBTQQIA Career Counseling Comes of Age: What has Happened in the Last 21 Years
So you say you have LGBTQQIA career counseling clients. But you're not exactly sure what will work with this under-served population. We'll look at the professional literature in this new field over the last 21 years. You'll find out what works (and what doesn't) in this best practices focused program.
Mark Pope, Dept of Counseling & Family Therapy, University of Missouri - St. Louis; Riley Folds III, OUT for Work


#608 Reimagining How to Teach Job Search Skills
Job seekers need to constantly develop and improve job search skills. That is why it is critical for instructors of job search skills workshops  to reimagine how to teach these skills. Uncover how to make your knowledge of job search skills understandable, useful, entertaining and immediately applicable to diverse audiences.
Rob Seemann, Career Change Success


#609 Building Programs from Grass Roots Efforts: The Power of Needs Assessments in Developed and Developing Countries
Do key stakeholders -- students, their families, educators, and businesses -- have systematic input into your career guidance program?  Our presentation will showcase a best-practice model for school/community needs assessments to establish baseline and evaluation data for program implementation and improvement. We will share recent outcomes from Rwanda and Abu Dhabi.
Phil Harrington, Kuder, Inc.; Jerry Trusty, The Pennsylvania State University


#610 Career Resilience: The Employee Imperative
Essential to thriving in dynamic organizations, career/personal resilience is a non-negotiable imperative for employees/individuals to sustain effectiveness and well-being at work.  In this session, presenters engage participants about the significance of career resilience and provide a model to demonstrate it working in a major organizational setting.
Michele DeRosa, Ben Hudnall Memorial Trust for Kaiser Permanente; Darlene Martin, Ben Hudnall Memorial Trust for Kaiser Permanente


#611 The Internet and Job-Seekers: Providing Value for Clients and Exposure for Organizations
Are you considering adding services for job seekers on the Web? Come hear how two organizations (one association and one private practice) provided rich content and extraordinary value to their clients while also increasing exposure to their services and additional revenue.
Pamela Marshall, Metro DC Chapter of the Association for Talent Development; Ronda Ansted, Be The Change Career Consulting



Presentation Series VII
Thursday, July 2, 2015
9:45 - 10:45 am

#700 Intersections of Multiculturalism, Social Justice, and Career Counseling Education
The connection between career counseling and multiculturalism, including perspectives of social justice, may not be prevalent in counseling programs.  This presentation will focus on utilizing an intersectionality approach in identifying salient cultural identities and careers and collaboratively developing ideas to foster the connection between career counseling education and multiculturalism.
Christian Chan, The George Washington University; Amanda Friday, The George Washington University; Rebecca Dedmond, The George Washington University


#701 The Mountains are Calling: Career Stories of Appalachian College Students
College students in Appalachia have unique career needs.  Relational Career Theory provides an alternative view of career to better understand these underserved populations.  This session will give a brief introduction to RCT, review the career stories of students of Appalachia, and discuss the implications these stories have on practice.
Amber Hughes, Lindsey Wilson College; Megan Herscher, Carson-Newman College


#702 Reimagining Today's Reentry Process: Changing the Mindset During Incarceration
Overcoming the reentry crisis through work, training, planning and action; Indiana's statewide approach is truly making a difference in the lives of citizens and former felons. Learn how Indiana utilizes the NCDA/NIC's evidence-based Offender Workforce Development Specialist training program in building a network of individuals, agencies and programs to significantly lower recidivism.
Doug Evans, PEN Indiana Department of Correction; Lisa Martin, PEN/Indiana Department of Corrections


#703 Operation VETS: Veteran Employment, Transition Success at UC Riverside
Come and learn how the UC Riverside's Career Center launched the first ever career exploration program exclusive for the student veteran population on campus.  This program takes a cohort of student veterans and assists them with developing their career and life skills critical for transitioning into the professional working world.
Sae Lee, University of California, Riverside; Frank Ramirez, University of California, Riverside


#704 Transitioning through the Lifespan: Facilitating Resilience, Coping and Well Being
The purpose of this presentation is to provide a theoretical framework, practical strategies, and innovative practices for working with clients in transition.  Participants attending this presentation will come away with effective and culturally sensitive transition models for assessment and creative approaches for delivering services for clients in transition.
Mary L. Anderson, Western Michigan University; Jane Goodman, Oakland University; Stephanie Goodman, Western Michigan University


#705 How Career Development Can Help Shape Instructional Practice in America's Schools
In this research-based, interactive session, participants will learn how career development initiatives can transform education systems while motivating students to become college and career ready.  They will see demonstrations, hear success stories, practice new conversations with students and colleagues, and receive handouts they can use when they return  home.
Cal Crow, Center for Efficacy and Resiliency


#706 Developing Strong Work Ethic: The Key to Success at Every Stage
New research shows that nearly half of all employees were fired less than 18 months after they were hired.  These terminations could have been averted with a focus on training foundational work ethic behaviors. This engaging session will teach strategies, tactics, and case studies to build these behaviors with students.
Josh Davies, The Center for Work Ethic Development


#707 Happiness Hype or Lasting Positive Impact?  Practical Integration of Positive Psychology into Career Services
Positive psychology, neuroscience, mindfulness seem to be in the news everywhere these days!  This highly interactive session will take participants beyond the happiness hype to develop specific strategies and tools to practically integrate this into their work for long lasting positive impact.
Denise Riebman, George Washington University's Trachtenberg School


#708 Wow, That Was Quick!!! Examining the Impact of Brief Interventions on Career Development
The trend in career assistance appears to be increased utilization of brief interventions with clients in hopes of positive outcomes related to their career development. One may wonder, does it work? The presentation will discuss research on brief career interventions highlighting the outcomes as well as the implications for practice.
Seth Hayden, Wake Forest University; Debra Osborn, Florida State University; James Sampson, Florida State University; Kathryn Theall, Wake Forest University


#709 Reimagine and Reintroduce Aptitudes into Career Development
This interactive presentation is grounded in research assessing the value and validity of aptitudes as essential to the career development conversation and career decision-making process. The importance of uncovering best career fit through assessing the intersection of unique abilities (natural aptitudes) and what clients love to do (interests) is demonstrated through the introduction of the FIT Model (Feller, 2014). YouScience, a purposeful and multidimensional program helps learners uncover their aptitudes and their best opportunities. Participants  will be introduced to this comprehensive approach to assessing aptitudes and applying results in a pro-active, thoughtful way. Finally, case examples will be utilized to engage participants in an interactive practice of helping clients to interpret their aptitudes and tell their story through their most prominent natural abilities.
Rich Feller, Colorado State University; Jenn Long, Colorado State University


#710 Building Career Training and Services in Taiwan and China
Coaches, educators, and business practitioners will find this description of grass roots initiatives to develop career development training and services in the international market insightful.   The presenters will describe the development of a relationship with NCDA to use its Career Development Facilitator curriculum as the foundation for developing and implementing career training in the Asian marketplace.
Constance J. Pritchard, The Pritchard Group; Malka Edelman, Comprehensive Career Planning, Inc.; Ivy Liao, Psychological Assessment Corporation


#711 Creating Dynamic LinkedIn Profiles with Portfolio Integration
Learn how you can help your client create a dynamic LinkedIn profile by integrating their professional portfolio materials with additional online services.
Mieko A Ozeki, Radiance Studios LLC





Roundtable Series I
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
3:05 – 4:15 pm 

#1-1 Development and Validation of a Career Calling Scale for Working Adults in Taiwan
Yu-Chen Wang, Department of Psychology and Counseling, National Taipei University of Education; Chi-Lin Wu, National Taiwan Normal University

#1-2 Empowering Strategies for Adults in Career Transition to Boldly Pursue Their Dream Career
Elizabeth Bryce, Northwood University

#1-3 Career Development in Secondary Education: Best Practices for School Counselors and Interventionists
Na Mi Bang, Smith Carol, and Victoria Maneev, University of Iowa

#1-4 K-12 College and Career Readiness Standards; Colorado's Answer to ASCA's Mindsets and Behaviors
Leann Morgan, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs; Samantha Haviland, Denver Public Schools

#1-5 The A, B, C's of Career Industry Certifications
Paula Brand, Brand Career Management

#1-6 Encore Talent and Expertise Supporting the STEM Initiative to Inspire Change
Elaine Herbert, DeVry University

#1-7 Examining the Psychometric Properties of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale (CAAS) with an Arabic Speaking Sample
Laith Mazahreh, Mississippi State University; Kevin B. Stoltz, University of Central Arkansas

#1-8 Career Development and Transitional Skills: The Integrative Contextual Model of Career Development
Sherri Turner, University of Minnesota; Richard Lapan, University of Massachusetts

#1-9 Impact of Dysfunctional Career Thoughts on Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy and Vocational Identity
Hang Jo, University of Central Florida; Young-An Ra, Pennslyvania State University

#1-10 Integrating Assessments of Career Decision-Making into Counseling
Nimrod Levin and Itamar Gati, Hebrew University

#1-11 Collaborating Across Boundaries: integrating Career Counseling and Academic Advising to Help Students Find Their Fit
Susan LeBlanc, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

#1-12 Congruence with College Major in Light of Cognitive Influence and Work Roles
Erica Mathis, University of Southern Mississippi

#1-13 Using Holland Codes for 2022 Labor Market Projections:  Putting New Information into an Old Theory
Mary-Catherine McClain, University of Georgia; Robert Reardon, Florida State University Career Center

#1-14 Meeting the Needs of the Non-Traditional Students through Innovative Partnerships and Creative Programing
Brianna McMeekin, University of Pittsburgh

#1-15 Understanding Acculturative Stress of International Students: Focusing on Impact of Social Support and Coping
Young-An Ra and Jerry Trusty, The Pennsylvania State University

#1-16 Developing Career Futures with First Generation College Students
Melvin Joslyn, Utah State University Counseling and Psychological Services; Mary-Catherine McClain, University of Georgia Counseling and Psychiatric Services

#1-17 The Next Step: A Collaborative Workshop Helping College Students at an Academic Crossroads Make Informed Career Decisions
Sarah Ou-Young, Texas A&M University Student Counseling Service


Roundtable Series II
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
4:35 – 5:45 pm

#2-1 Workplace Bullying: What can We Do?
Wendy Winter-Searcy, Arapahoe Community College; Joyce Espinosa

#2-2 The Dream Career Academy
Myra Fernandez and Lezly Juergenson, UC Merced

#2-3 Seriously, When am I ever Going to use Math? Student Perceptions of the Career Relevance of STEM Education
Sean Flanagan, Ellie Castine, and Kimberly A.S. Howard, Boston University School of Education

#2-4 The Role of Self-Criticism in Career Developmental Processes: Implications for Career-Counseling Interventions
Hedva Braunstein-Bercovitz, The Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yaffo

#2-5 Beyond Individual Applications: Using Career Theory to Produce Organizational and Systemic Change
Amanda Jantzer, South Dakota State University

#2-6 Job Search Support Groups: Sharing Findings and Implementing Effective Strategies
Amy Mazur, Independent

#2-7 Examining the Career Decision State: Learn about a Quick, New, Free Tool to Measure Readiness
Robert Reardon and Gary Peterson, Career Center, Florida State University; Steve Leierer, East Carolina University

#2-8 CDO CareerCasts: A 24/7 Training Approach for Students
Samara Reynolds, School of Law, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

#2-9 Business Externship Program: Utilizing Career Theory and Encore Career Professionals to Coach College Students
Caroline Ray and Geralyn Heystek, The Career Center at Haworth College of Business, WMU

#2-10 Engaging Career and Academic Advising: Helpful Tools to Increase Collaboration
Alison Smith and Rachel Landis, Indiana University Arts & Sciences Career Services

#2-11 Grab and Go Faculty and Advisor Career Development Interventions for Classroom or Appointment Use
Jill Vanderwall, IUPUI, University College

#2-12 Simple Tech Solutions that Engage Millennials
Mark Zammuto, Champlain College Career Services

#2-13 Celebrating Success through Creative Career Counseling
Julia Kronholz, Liz Pawley, and Pei Chun Hou, Florida State University Career Center

#2-14 Implementing an Outreach Program to Reach the Needs of Students Registered with Disability Services
Chandra Johnson, Saint Louis University

#2-15 Strategies for Coping with Career Decision-Making Difficulties
Yulia Lipshits-Braziler, Itamar Gati, and Moshe Tatar, Hebrew University

#2-16 Career Counseling for Transgender Clients:  Reimagining Life and Career Possibilities
Sue Motulsky, Lesley University; Emily Frank, Metro State University of Denver

#2-17 Making It Stick - Learning Styles and Creative Assessments
Mary Robins, Mary Robins Career & Retirement Coaching; Lesah Beckhusen, SkillScan


Roundtable Series III
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
10:20 – 11:30 am

#3-1 Building Soft Skills for the Changing World of Work
Valerie Ward, Valerie G. Ward Consulting Ltd.

#3-2 Resources for Career Services Professionals Working with Veterans at Community Colleges
Robert Miles, NCDA

#3-3 Hired before Graduation: How Schools and the Community can Successfully Collaborate to Host a Job Fair
Dedan Githegi, Frederick Douglass High School

#3-4 Factors Impacting Career Decision Making: An Epiphany about Indian Students
Vandana Gambhir Chopra and N.K. Chadha, Department of Psychology, University of Delhi, India

#3-5 ATS-Friendly Resumes - Tips and Traps
Linda Kobylarz, Linda Kobylarz & Associates

#3-6 Job Clubs: How to Successfully Organize and Facilitate Job Search Groups
Anne Nowak, Career Center of the East Baton Rouge Parish Library

#3-7 Using Abilities to Bridge the Gap to Encore Careers
Janet Wall, CEUonestop.com and Sage Solutions; Tom Harrington, Northeastern University

#3-8 Profile Envy: Comparisons across Social Media
Chris Chirino and Amy Bramlett, The University of Alabama Career Center

#3-9 Collaborative Career Advising - Deputizing Career Development on Campus
Carrie Collier, Craig Benson, Amanda Nell, Laura Peiter, Joe Johnston, and Kerry Lee, University of Missouri Career Center

#3-10 Career Counselors' Use of the Transtheoretical Model in Interprofessional Collaboration
Stephanie Burns, Western Michigan University

#3-11 Breaking Down Silos: The Campus as Laboratory
Heather Lefkowitz, Center for Student Professional Development at Vanderbilt University

#3-12 Career Development in Germany -  International Educator Administrator Fulbright Seminar
Christine Lundeen, Oregon Health Sciences University

#3-13 Working with International Students in Career Services
Jennifer Manhoff, Colorado Heights University

#3-14 Leadership Coaching:  A New Paradigm for Career Services
Erin Morgenstern and Imants Jaunarajs, Ohio University Career and Leadership Development Center

#3-15 Best Practices in First Destination Surveys: Using Technology to Enhance Assessment and Increase Response Rates
Jenny Nesenjuk, Hudson County Community College; Victoria Nauta, William Paterson University

#3-16 Ways Counseling and Coaching will Enhance Career Needs of Older Workers
Margaret Cooney, California State Univeristy, San Bernardino

#3-17 Abilities:  The Missing Link In Career Planning, Management, and Development
Dori Stiles and Kim Mumola, The Highlands Company


Roundtable Series IV
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
1:00 – 2:10 pm

#4-1 Managing Gender Transition in the Workplace
Varunee Faii Sangganjanavanich, The University of Akron

#4-2 Career Development of Graduate Students in School Counseling Programs
Na Mi Bang, University of Iowa

#4-3 Helping High School Students Reimagine their Possibilities: Formulating a Career Counseling Group
Rose Jean and Sarah Schaefer, Florida State University

#4-4 Listening to Clients' Stories to Reinvigorate our Career Counseling Practice
Amanda Cox and Keri Carter-Pipkins, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

#4-5 Reimagining Your State CDA
Wendy LaBenne, Saint Louis University; Melody Kruzic, Capella University

#4-6 Still Want to Be a Lawyer? Advising Pre-Law Students and Clients in Today's Market
Samara Reynolds, School of Law, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

#4-7 Exploring Mental Health and Career Development Concerns in College Student Veterans
Mary Buzzetta, Rose Jean, and Adam Miller, Florida State University Career Center

#4-8 Professional Development Certificates: Helping Students Launch their First Careers
Kali DeWald, The University of Georgia; Emily Gomez, The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

#4-9 You Want to Do WHAT!?!?  Counseling Students for Taboo Careers
Erin Doty, Kevin Carton, Leslie Scheck, and Kertesha Riley, Augustana College

#4-10 With A Little Help from My Friends: How Working with Academic Departments and Test Prep can Benefit All
Richard Fann, Office of Career Development and Placement Assistance

#4-11 Living a Calling in Encore Careers: Implications for Research and Practice
Adelyn Shimizu and Bryan Dik, Colorado State University

#4-12 The Career Decision-Making Process for a Biracial Female
Jamie Gallo, Florida Gulf Coast University

#4-13 Building the Foundation for a Lifetime of Networking to Enhance Diversity in the Workplace
Zelda Gardner and Gail Rooney, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

#4-14 Academic Advising is the New Career Advising
Sharon Givens, Training Visions; Lee Anne Kirkpatrick, University of Central Florida

#4-15 How To: A Session on Developing Your Online Professional Presence
Meghan Godorov, MLG Career; Sarah Bollinger, Muhlenberg College

#4-16 First Things First!  Explore in the FYE Course to Excel in the First Job
HelenMarie Harmon, School of Business and Economics - Indiana University Northwest

#4-17 STEM Career Mentor Program: A Partnership in Action
Jodi Jaques and Steve Kane, California Polytechnic State University


Roundtable Series V
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
2:30 – 3:40 pm

#5-1 Careers in a Box
Roxanne Farkas, University of California San Diego

#5-2 Holland Codes Change when Clients have More Answer Options: The SDS with a 2- and 5-Point Likert Scale
Melanie Leuty, Emily Bullock-Yowell, Erica Mathis, and Yen To, University of Southern Mississippi

#5-3 School Counseling Services in Career Pathways-Focused Schools: Lessons Learned from a Qualitative Investigation
Natalie Stipanovic, University of Cincinnati

#5-4 Using a Career Course to Assist a Diverse Student Population in Exploring Careers and Imagining Future Possibilities
Vanessa Freeman, Christine Edralin, and Emily Fiore, Florida State University Career Center

#5-5 Skill Use on the Job: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Career Counseling
Jennifer Martin and Melody Kraus, Optimum Performance Institute

#5-6 Job Search Resilience:  Helping Clients Navigate Tough Times
Denise Saunders, Private Practice

#5-7 The Strengths-Based Narrative Approach: A New Way to Engage Clients with Employment Challenges
Rebecca Toporek, San Francisco State University; Rachel Fuld Cohen, Columbia University

#5-8 Using Solution Focused Brief Therapy and Transition Theory to Effectively Work with Type A College Students
Chandra Johnson, St. Louis University

#5-9 Once a Leader, Always a Leader? Examining the Trajectories of O*NET Work Styles across Career Stages
Heather Ureksoy, Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.

#5-10 Degrees of Strength Technique (DOS):  Accelerating Clients' Career and Professional Development
Paul Worthman and Lesley Bishop, University of Colorado Denver

#5-11 Schlossberg with a Twist: Turning Transitions into Triumph
Susan R Barclay, University of Central Arkansas

#5-12 Career Development: Certification and Professionalization of the Field
Scott Fisher, Career Development Association of Alberta (CDAA)

#5-13 Career Thoughts and Spirituality in Women Diagnosed with Breast Cancer: A Review and Suggestions for Practice
Levette Dames, North Carolina Central University

#5-14 Finding and Living a Calling: Strategies for Career Counselors
Ryan Duffy, University of Florida; Bryan Dik, Colorado State University

#5-15 Is Follow Your Passions Good Career Advice? Finding the Meaningful Middle Ground
Doug Gardner and Michael Snapp, Utah Valley University

#5-16 Reimagining Your Online Career Services
Nona Haller and Melody Kruzic, Capella University

#5-17 Putting the Leader Back Into Leadership: A Whole-Person Approach for the Career Progression of Educational Leaders
Debra Harden, Georgia School Superintendents Association; Dori Stiles, Turning Points Coaching and Consulting


Roundtable Series VI
Thursday, July 2, 2015
8:30 – 9:30 am

#6-1 Creating Your Retirement Elevator Speech
Janet de Vries, Casper College

#6-2 Revisiting Career Behaviors and Adaptability in Job Search Groups
Courtney Gasser, University of Baltimore

#6-3 Career Decision-Making System (CDM): Experience of 14 Million Users
Jenn Long and Rich Feller, Colorado State University

#6-4 Setting Sail with Students: Career Discovery via 'DiscoverU' at Pitt
Richard Fann and Karin Asher, Career Development and Placement Assistance

#6-5 Online Career Coaching: Cutting Edge Approach to Engage Students
Jillian Lucas, Modern Guild; Brianna McMeekin, University of Pittsburgh

#6-6 Success Seminar - Creating a Job Search Course for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Janine Rowe, Rochester Institute of Technology

#6-7 Career Engagement for Community College Students: Revitalizing Career Services to Support Students in Encore Careers
Kathy Ledwith and Anna Solano, Pikes Peak Community College

#6-8 Shake Up Your Workshops: Ideas from Coast to Coast
Kimberly Ead, University of Vermont; Jason Radman, Colorado State University

#6-9 Career Planning that Truly Empowers an Individual to Take Full Control of their Destiny
Mike Callahan, The University of Michigan - Dearborn, College of Business

#6-10 Engaging the Science and Engineering Students to Explore the Biotech/Pharmaceutical Fields
Robyn Centilli and Victoria Trauger, University of Notre Dame

#6-11 Learning Outcomes: Why You Shouldn't Wait Until Class is Over
Melanie Adams and Luis Santiago, Florida Atlantic University

#6-12 Using Self-Determination Theory to Help Clients Assess the Appeal and Risks of Careers in Multi-Level Marketing
Peggy Andrews and Stacie Bosley, Hamline University School of Business

#6-13 Implementing Effective Social Media Strategies
Mary Askew, Holland Codes Resource Center

#6-14 Alumni Encore Careers: Exploring Career Fit Effectively through Webinar Technology
Bethany Bagley Mills and Suzanne Voigt, The University of Georgia Career Center

#6-15 Cascade of Service: Professionals, Trainees, and Peers Providing Career Development across Generations
Katherine Battee-Freeman, UIC Office of Career Services

#6-16 Mine the Past to Inform the Future: Using a New Streamlined Autobiographical Exercise
Lesah Beckhusen, SkillScan and UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business

#6-17 Exploring Interests and Strengths with a First-Year Undeclared Living Learning Community
Erin Booth-Caro and Michelle Chang, California State University, Long Beach


Roundtable Series VII
Thursday, July 2, 2015
9:45 – 10:45 am

#7-1 Our Changing Future: Meeting the Career Development Needs of Individuals 50 and Beyond
Karisa Antonio, Lenox Hill Neighborhood House

#7-2 Constructing a Situation-Based Career Interest Assessment for Junior High School Students
Yao-Ting Sung, Yu-Wen Cheng, Jeng-Shin Wu, Research Center for Psychological and Educational Testing, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan

#7-3 National Career Development Legislation: Comparative Analysis of States' Individualized Learning Plan Policies
Caroline vanBruinswaardt, Boston University; Zi Hargrove; Chonlada Jarukitisakul; V Scott Solberg

#7-4 Thank You Notes - Words That will Kill or Thrill
Andrea Haken, Oklahoma State University

#7-5 When Ethical Issues Involve the Boss
Keley Smith-Keller, South Dakota Division of Career & Technical Education; Carolyn Jones, CDJ Consulting, LLC

#7-6 Career Narratives of African American Female College Students: Illuminating Career Insights
Cassandra Storlie, Tracy Lara Hilton, and Sue Savickas, Kent State University

#7-7 Outside Vendor Reviews Simplified: An Online Vendor Review Process Utilized at Rutgers University
Barbara Thomson, Rutgers University - New Brunswick

#7-8 The Life Themes and Life Design Counseling Model for Females in Taiwan
HsiuLan Shelley Tien, National Taiwan Normal University

#7-9 Careers In Beer: Tapping into one of Colorado's Most Popular Industries
Sarah Trzeciak, University of Colorado Denver Career Center

#7-10 Enhancing the College Experience of Older Students by Identifying and Confronting and Preventing Ageism
Lee Walker Hirschbein, California State University, Chico

#7-11 Teaming with Faculty: How to Work Together for Student Development
Jennifer Whetstone-Jackson, University of South Carolina - Career Center, College of Engineering and Computing

#7-12 Preparing First Jobs: Competency-Based Transition Program for Taiwan's Fresh Graduates
ShuChen Wu, Office of Teacher Education and Careers Service, National Taiwan Normal University; Yuh-Yin Wu, College of Education, National Taipei University of Education

#7-13 Predictors of Withdrawal Cognitions in First-Generation College Students
Ben Wu, Rebekah Rayburn, and Melanie Leuty, The University of Southern Mississippi

#7-14 Adapting Traditional Networking and Career Fair Models to Meet the Needs of Veterans
Brianan McMeekin, University of Pittsburgh

#7-15 Queer Careers: A Targeted Career Intervention for LGBTQ Students
Veronica Heiskell, The University of Texas at Austin

#7-16 Extend Your Reach - Embrace Online Career Guidance!
Tannis Goddard, Training Innovations

#7-17 Utilizing Transition and Decision Making Theory: Assessing Clients and Responding Appropriately
Mary Ila Ward, Horizon Point Consulting, Inc.


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