ERIC Number: ED416371
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1997
Planning for Life. A Compendium of 1997 Nationally Recognized Career Planning Programs. Fourth Edition.
National Consortium of State Career Guidance Supervisors, Columbus, OH.
This compendium profiles 11 career planning programs that the U.S. Army Recruiting Command and National Consortium of State Career Guidance Supervisors have recognized as being exemplary coalition-based programs offering complete and effective career planning opportunities to the youths and/or adults they serve. Presented first are a discussion of the "Seven Cs" of successful career and life planning programs (clarity of purpose, commitment, comprehensiveness, collaboration, coherence, coordination, and competency) and guidelines for using the compendium. The programs profiled include a mix of junior high school, senior high school, and districtwide programs in the following states: Arkansas; Florida; Iowa; Missouri; Nevada; New Hampshire; South Dakota; Tennessee; and Utah. Each program is profiled in an abstract that includes some or all of the following: program name; grade level(s); audience (rural, urban, and/or suburban students); program overview; program characteristics (discussions of how the program illustrates each of the seven Cs of career planning, as well as discussions of commercial and noncommercial and/or local materials utilized and program features); and name/address of contact person. Appended are listings of key contact persons, state career guidance supervisors, and U.S. Army Recruiting Command Education Service specialists. (MN)
Descriptors: Abstracts, Career Education, Career Guidance, Career Planning, Counseling Techniques, Demonstration Programs, Educational Cooperation, Educational Practices, Program Content, Program Design, Program Effectiveness, Rural Education, Secondary Education, Suburban Schools, Systems Approach, Urban Education
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Army Recruiting Command, Fort Sheridan, IL.
Authoring Institution: National Consortium of State Career Guidance Supervisors, Columbus, OH.
Note: For earlier editions, see ED 378 386 and ED 389 891.