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Adult Career Counseling Center Twenty-Third Annual Report, September 2005-June 2006.

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This annual report covers the background and recent accomplishments of the Adult Career Counseling Center (ACCC) at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan. The following 12 topics are covered: (1) recent developments and history of the ACCC; (2) mission of the ACCC; (3) description of the ACCC; (4) the advising process; (5) ACCC coordination with SEHS counseling center; (6) description of the computer-assisted career guidance systems and computer hardware upgrades; (7) client demographics; (8) analysis of clients' responses to ACCC exit survey; (9) typical case studies; (10) marketing and public relations; (11) visitors to the ACCC; and (12) ACCC advisor activities. In addition, the document includes three appendixes, including the ACCC disclosure statement; auxiliary services; and a report of the Pontiac Adult Career Center. [This report was prepared with career advisors, Christy Miller; Scott A. Hall; Lynn Kelemen; and Kellie Klinck.]

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Author:Taber, Brian
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Date:Oct 1, 2006
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