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Overview

Students walking
Whether you're 18, 38 or 58
the career decision-making process is
the same.You've provided a tool that
can be referred to over a lifetime.


Ken Hoyt, Ph.D. Former Director, Office of Career Education U.S.
Department of Education Past President, National Career Development
Association Past President, American Counseling Association
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Student Success Course Example

Click here for an example of a Student Success Course
outline that can be used for planning and development

For only $59.95 you have a "counselor in a package!"

Unlike other college textbooks and online programs, Career Choices & Changes--combined with My10yearplan.com®--is an interactive, experiential learning experience that teaches a process for making not only career choices, but also for making life choices. 

Students come away from this experience with a productive vision of their future and a 10-year quantitative and meaningful plan for realizing their goals. It helps provide the intrinsic motivation required to succeed in both post-secondary studies and in the workforce.

You'll find these ideal for a variety of 2-and 3-unit classroom-based, hybrid, and distance learning courses such as:


Self-directed learners are highly prized in today’s work place. At the end of each chapter of Career Choices & Changes students will be asked to assess their own learning and understanding of what they have just experienced.

Career Choices & Changes is the ready-made companion to add to your career planning tool kit. This is a holistic and comprehensive resource with exercises, activities, worksheets, objectives, portfolio platforms, and web-based interactive and experiential learning experiences. If you enjoy a journey, this is an exceptional tool!

Martha Barnes, Ed.S, LPC, NCC
Coordinator of Experiential Education, Job Location & Development
University of New Orleans Counseling and Career Center