ERIC Number: ED109366
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Sep
Reference Count: N/A
Career Education and the World of Work; A Symposium.
Dudra, Michael, Ed.
Various experts in education, government, industry, and labor contributed to the sixth annual industrial relations symposium (sponsored by the graduate program at St. Francis College) which focused on career education as its basic theme. Participants from a seven-State area also represented the four areas. Symposium proceedings consisted of seven presentations and the moderators' reports of panel discussions. Presentations were: "Career Education--More Than Just Educators" (U. S. Office of Education senior program officer); "The Role of the Chamber of Commerce in Career Education" (Chamber of Commerce of the U. S. executive); "Program Articulation and the Career Lattice Concept" (community college president); "Competency Based Education and Criterion Referenced Measures" (vocational-technical school associate director); "Labor's Manpower Arm" (AFL-CIO Human Resources Development Institute area representative); "Cooperative Education and the World of Work" (cooperative education coordinator); and "Careers in Environmental Protection (U. S. Environmental Protection Agency administrator). The three panel leaders represented counselor education at a State college and research and basic education areas of the Pennsylvania Department of Education. (EA)
Descriptors: Articulation (Education), Career Education, Careers, Competency Based Education, Conferences, Cooperative Education, Ecology, Federal Government, Industry, Labor Force Development, Labor Market, Labor Relations
Graduate Office, Saint Francis College, Loretto, Pennsylvania 15940 (No price given)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A