10/01/2006

A Day in the Life in Higher Ed Career Services

by Janet Lenz and Jon Shy

Click on the link below to view a PowerPoint presentation that offers a detailed look at career services in the field of higher education. From "typical work tasks" to "personal qualifications" the reader can relate to work in this field. Prepared by NACE's "Attracting New Professionals Action Team", this is a must read for anyone interested in an exciting profession. NCDA members Jon Shy and Janet Lenz created the initial draft of this presentation.

A Day in the Life in Higher Ed Career Services .
(After clicking on this link, please be patient for download time).



Janet Lenz, Ph.D., is NCDA's past president. She is the Associate Director for Career Advising, Counseling and Programming at Florida State University's Career Center as well as the Senior Research Associate in the FSU Center for the Study of Technology in Counseling and Career Development. She can be reached at Email jlenz@admin.fsu.edu

Jon Shy, is a doctoral candidate in the Combined Counseling Psychology and School Psychology program within the Department of Educational Psychology and Learning Systems at the Florida State University (FSU) College of Education. He also serves as a research assistant at the Center for the Study of Technology in Counseling and Career Development, a career advisor at the FSU Career Center, and instructor of an undergraduate career development course. For more information Email jshy@admin.fsu.edu


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