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ERIC Number: ED072850
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 142
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Career Development in Head Start. Career Development Training Program. Part I: Components, Roles, and Program Options.
Wolotsky, Hyman; And Others
The first booklet of the series Career Development in Head Start gives an overview of career development in this program. Career development, in which training is built into a job and is designed to lead to more responsible and better-paying jobs, involves task analysis, entry level positions, career ladders, training and education, released time, college credit for work experience and training, salary increments, and supportive services. This booklet covers: (1) fundamental of career development--components, steps in beginning the career development of staff members; (2) roles of career development coordinators and committees--training and educational opportunities, community action, supportive services; and (3) barriers to career development. Included in appendices are: (1) a list of resource organizations; (2) task analysis exercise sheets; (3) in-service training design; (4) "the truth about career development"; (5) career development plan questionnaire; (6) regional divisions and offices of HEW and Project Head Start; (7) "full year Head Start plan for career development," OEO Instruction 6902-1; and (8) career development materials: a selected bibliography of sources and recommended resources. (KM)
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Sponsor: Child Development Services Bureau (DHEW/OCD), Washington, DC. Project Head Start.; Office of Economic Opportunity, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Bank Street Coll. of Education, New York, NY.