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The potential of all students to achieve academic and career success is a fundamental precept of the 21st century career counselor. The 21st century career counselor is both advocate and leader. This interactive course will engage participants with both research-proven best practices and practical hands-on curriculum. Participants will learn strategies to actively engage the students they counsel in the planning of college and career goals while also teaching them a learning a methodology on how to achieve those goals.

  • NOTE  Previously offered as EDUC 31605.

  • COURSE NUMBER  EDUC-41605
  • CREDIT  6.00 unit(s)


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