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The transformed school counselor chapter 14

Preparing All Students to Become
Career and College Ready
The Transformed School Counselor
Chapter 14

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Succeeding in the Global
Environment
The ability to navigate the complex life and
work environments in the globally competitive
information age requires students to pay
rigorous attention to developing adequate life
and career skills such as: flexibility and
adaptability; initiative and self-direction; social
and cross-cultural skills; productivity and
accountability; and leadership and
responsibility (Partnership for 21st Century Skills,
2009).

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Preparing Students for their
Future Means






increasing their awareness of career options
and educational opportunities;
helping them know who they are, where
they are going, and how they will get there;
ensuring that they acquire the attitudes,
knowledge, and skills to compete in a global
economy; and,
helping them develop a career plan as part
of the school curriculum.

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Theoretical Underpinnings
How do these 4 theorists help us to construct ageappropriate career oriented systems that consider
developmental life stages, personality influence,
learning experiences, and self-confidence to best
prepare today’s youth for the careers of
tomorrow?
Super
Holland
Krumboltz
Bandura
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Using a Systemic Approach to
Career Development
Career development crosses the lifespan and
informs and influences the various stages of
educational and personal growth.
Associations (ASCA, NCDA, NASSP, NACAC)
encourage school counselors to provide every
student with the necessary help and direction to
be successful in school and, ultimately, in life.
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School Counselors: Critical Players
in Career Development
The career development process can be
approached systematically and intentionally,
or, it can be approached haphazardly and
passively.
Which approach have you observed?
What changes would you propose?

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School-based Career
Influencers: Are You Surprised?

Decisions Without Directions, 2002
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Student Career Influencers
(Source: Decisions Without Directions, 2002)

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How does Career
Development support
school improvement
and increased student
learning?
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Achieving School Improvement Goals
Through Career Development
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link educational aspirations to career
goals
acquire the skills needed on business,
industry and community
motivate students to reach their
dreams and raise their aspirations
acquire academic and affective
competence
prepare students for the challenges of
global economy

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ASCA Career Development Standards
Career A: students will acquire the skills to
investigate the world of work in relation to
knowledge of self and to make informed career
decisions.
Career B: students will employ strategies to achieve
future career goals with success and satisfaction.
Career C: students will understand the relationship
between personal qualities, education, training,
and the world of work.
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Delivering the Career Development
Standards
Utilizing
career counseling
career awareness
career exploration
career guidance
career planning
career assessment
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Why Is Career and Academic
Advising Important?








raises student aspirations.
motivates students to achieve high standards.
encourages students to develop short and long term
educational and career goals;
motivates students to get involved in career
exploration and research;
expands every student’s awareness of career
options;
provides an opportunity for students to record their
educational and career development; and,
documents achievement of the ASCA Career
Development Standards and/or the National Career
Development Guidelines.

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Career Planning and College
Access: Beliefs and Behaviors
Children of poverty perceive career options
differently than more privileged youngsters
 Cultural norms and family expectations can
influence career goals and limit a student’s
choice of options after high school or create
a discord between the student and family.
What is the school counselor’s role?


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All Students: College and Career
Ready
2009

African
Asians
Americans

Latinos

Caucasian

Graduate from
High School

89

96

69

95

Complete at Least
Some College

53

79

35

68

Obtain at Least a
Bachelor’s Degree

19

56

12

37

The Condition of Education 2010 (NCES 2010)

What does this data tell you?
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The Eight Components of College
and Career Readiness Counseling
1. College Aspirations
2. Academic Planning for College and Career Readiness
3. Enrichment and Extracurricular Engagement
4. College and Career Exploration and Selection Processes
5. College and Career Assessments
6. College Affordability Planning
7. College and Career Admission Processes
8. Transition from High School Graduation to College
Enrollment

How can you put these in place?
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Equity and Access
It is time to “own the turf.” If not you, who? Who
in the school is responsible for helping students
nurture their dreams for bright futures and for
helping them create successful pathways to those
dreams? All of our students need school
counselors to champion their cause. Each one of
them is entitled to a rigorous education that
prepares them to successfully attain their college
and career goals.
(National Office for School Counselor Advocacy, Patricia
Martin, 2010, p. 6)
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Career and college readiness is a
school-wide effort…….. and
everyone’s responsibility
Don’t go it alone and reach out to
teachers, college/university
partners, and community
organizations to develop and
implement a collaborative career
and college awareness program.
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