ERIC Number: ED044719
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Reference Count: 0
Total Career Capability for All. A Career-Development Program Model.
Baugh, Douglas S.; Martin, William E.
A comprehensive career development program model is presented. It attempts to provide total career capability for all and has the following process objectives: (1) provide students with experiences and information that present occupational dimensions accurately; (2) provide appropriate situations at different levels so that all youth may have an opportunity to make decisions, to discuss and examine the decision-making process, and to understand the basis for judging the quality of one's decision; (3) manage and modify environmental factors to insure maximizing the impact on accomplishing career development objectives; (4) use both direct and indirect contacts with students in multiplying the students' perception of present and potential alternatives; (5) coordinate a comprehensive placement service; and (6) communicate to the student a respect for all work and of the importance of all work to society. The model is divided into four parts - elementary, junior high, secondary, and post secondary - and a career development model is given for each level and a flow chart. (RSM/Author)
Descriptors: Career Choice, Career Counseling, Career Development, Career Opportunities, Career Planning, Decision Making, Educational Objectives, Elementary School Students, Guidance, Guidance Objectives, Guidance Programs, High School Students, Human Development, Individual Development, Information Utilization, Job Satisfaction, Junior High School Students, Models, Program Development, Self Actualization, Work Attitudes
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Authoring Institution: Fort Wayne Community Schools, IN.