ISBN-10:
1133313906
ISBN-13:
9781133313908
Pub. Date:
01/01/2013
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Creating Career Success: A Flexible Plan for the World of Work

Creating Career Success: A Flexible Plan for the World of Work

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ISBN-13: 9781133313908
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Publication date: 01/01/2013
Series: New 1st Editions in College Success Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 552,423
Product dimensions: 8.40(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author


Francine Fabricant, MA, EdM is a career counselor in private practice with over 12 years experience. She is a Lecturer at Hofstra University Continuing Education and an Adjunct Instructor at NYIT Extended Education. She also served as a career counselor at the Columbia University Center for Career Education and as a career counselor and part-time faculty member at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). She is a frequent speaker on career topics, and has developed numerous local and community-based career and job search programs. Her community-based workshops have been profiled in The New York Times. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude from Barnard College, Columbia University, as well as a Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology and a Master of Education in Psychological Counseling, both from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), a Master Career Counselor (MCC), and a Board Certified Coach (BCC). Before entering the field of career development, she held positions in magazine editorial, public relations, and marketing.


Jennifer Miller, MBA, MSED is an Associate Professor and Counselor in the Career and Internship Center at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) with over 11 years of experience in Career Counseling focusing on the fashion and related industries. She is very knowledgeable and passionate about sustainability and social media. In addition to counseling she taught Career Planning for several years and is currently teaching an internship course on Career Exploration. She is very active on her campus serving on numerous faculty, union and college-wide committees. She has been on the Executive Board of MNYCCPOA a New York area college career counselors organization for the past five years serving as Treasurer, Second Vice President and is currently the Historian. In addition, she is an active member of numerous career counseling focused professional organizations. Prior to working in career development she was the Director of Student Services at the French Culinary Institute in New York City for four years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York and she has two masters degrees; one in Guidance and Counseling from Hunter College in New York City, and one in Business Administration from Binghamton University.


Debra J. Stark, MA, is the Assistant Director of Employer Relations and Alumni Career Advisor at Ramapo College of New Jersey, where she has worked since 1996. In this role she advises both students and alumni, maintains the order and collection development of the Career Resource Center, administers and creates career development instruction modules for First Year students, teaches the upper level Career Achievement Program, and oversees the center's career management system. Debra has made significant contributions through service on several college-wide committees including the Middle States Steering Committee. Debra has presented nationally and internationally for student and professional audiences on a variety of career topics. She is also an adjunct professor in the School of American and International Studies. . Prior to her work with the Career Center, she was the Freshman Advisement and Registration Program Coordinator, packaging incoming freshman based on NJ Basic Skills Test results, assisting students in course selection, and evaluating and inputting transfer credits. Her experience outside of higher education includes international business, customer relations, and corporate training and development. Debra is associated with the following relevant associations: Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers, Metropolitan New York College Placement Officers Association, NJ Association of Colleges and Employers, Career Resource Managers Association, NY Association of Psychological Type, and the Middle Atlantic Career Counselor Association.

Table of Contents


SECTION 1. KNOW YOURSELF. 1. Prepare. Where Should I Start? Prepare for the World of Work. What is Career Development? Create a Career Portfolio. Campus and Community Resources. 2. Skills. What have you done? Skills for Career Success. Assess Your Skills. Evidence of Skills. 3. Preferences. You Know What You Like. Patterns of Interests: The Holland Codes. Explore Your Preferences: Psychological Type. Applying Type in Everyday Life. 4. Values. That Motivates Me. Values and Your Career. Building Your Reputation. A Life Worth Living SECTION 2. EXPLORE YOUR OPTIONS. 5. Explore. Connect to the World of Work. Four Steps to Conduct Career Research. Expand Your Options. Education, Majors, and Careers. Real-World Career Exploration. 6. Relationships. Real Relationships. Types of Social Network Structures. Expand Your Social Network. Six Steps to Informational Interviewing. Networking for Internships. 7. Decision-Making. What Decisions Are Next? Improve Your Decision-Making Skills. Create Opportunity from Unexpected Events. Choose a Major, Further Education, or Training. From Decisions to Action SECTION 3. MARKET YOURSELF. 8. Tools. Job Search Tools & Your Career Development. Build Your Brand. Resumes for The Real World. Just Say It! Action Verbs. Prepare Winning Cover Letters. Additional Job Search Tools. 9. Launch. Conduct A Successful Job Search. A New Beginning: Resources for Career Change and Re-entry. Networking for Job Opportunities. Strategies for Successful Interviewing. Professional Attire & Your Job Search. Evaluating Next Steps and Negotiating 10. Career Management. Professionalism in the Workplace. Succeeding With Mentors. Financial Planning Basics. The Life You Want Now … and In the Future.

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