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Goals of Career Interventions in Higher Education (Herr et al., 2004)

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Council for the Advancement of
Standards (CAS) Guidelines
• Essential components of career services








Leadership
Organization and management
Human resources
Financial resources
Technology
Facilities and Equipment

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CAS Standards
continued

• Legal Responsibilities
• Equity and Access
• Campus and External Relations
• Diversity
• Ethics
• Assessment and evaluation

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Advantages of Centralized
Services
• More likely to have a critical mass of professional
staff
• Efficiencies and economies of scale in use of
facilities and support staff
• Vibrant, challenging environment because of
heterogeneity of student population

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Disadvantages of Centralized
Services
• May be viewed by students as less personal due
to size
• May be located farther away from places where
students spend most of their time

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Ten Imperatives for Career
Services (Rayman, 1999)
• 1: Acknowledge lifelong nature of career
development and challenge students to take
responsibility for their own career destiny
• 2: Accept and embrace technology as an ally in
service delivery
• 3: Continue to refine and strengthen professional
identity
• 4: Acknowledge and accept that individual career
counseling is at the core of our work

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Ten Imperatives for Career
Services (Rayman, 1999)
• 5: Forge relationships with other professionals
and parents to achieve a “multiplier effect”
• 6: Redouble efforts to meet needs of an
increasingly diverse student body
• 7: Maintain focus on quality career services while
also filling relationship role with corporate
America

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Ten Imperatives for Career
Services (Rayman, 1999)
• 8: Acknowledge that on-campus recruiting is a thing of
the past and develop new approaches
• 9: Resolve the nature of the university’s role with
alumni, eliciting support rather than providing services
to them
• 10: Advocate effectively for resources to maintain and
increase services and use existing resources efficiently

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Spencer G. Niles and JoAnn E. Harris-Bowlsbey

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