ERIC Number: ED117478
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Apr
Proceedings of the Adult Student Personnel Association Conference. (12th, New York City, April 10-12, 1975). "Mid-Life Career Changes".
Becker, Dorothy, Ed.
Texts of speeches given at the Adult Student Personnel Association conference regarding career change in mid-life are presented. They include: Socio-Political Implications of Career Changes (Vinia R. Quinones), discussing educational needs, relocation, psychological, political, and social implications regarding women and career changes; Continuous Career Decisions (Mary T. Howard), examining work patterns, quasi-institutionalized societal responses to changing employment needs and a new work-life plan; Mid-Life Career Changes--An Institutional Model (Alan Entine), providing background material, describing counseling and academic programs at State University of New York, Stony Brook, and answering questions presented by conference participants; Mid-Life Career Changes--A Community Model (Mardell Grothe, Barbara Wilson, and John Turner), describing a career education project for home-based adults in Providence, Rhode Island and answering questions presented by conference participants; Demonstration-Computer Based Educational Opportunity Center (Jackson Jupp), describing a computerized file which provides specific information about the utilization of student services for adult students at the City University of New York. A listing of Association officials, the conference schedule, an award presentation, the annual business meeting report, the annual president's message, and historical data regarding Association personnel and conferences are included. (LH)
Descriptors: Adult Counseling, Adult Development, Adult Education, Adult Programs, Adult Students, Career Change, Computer Programs, Conference Reports, Employed Women, Human Factors Engineering, Labor Utilization, Models, Occupational Mobility, Professional Associations, Program Descriptions, Speeches, Unemployment
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Adult Student Personnel Association, Inc.