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Your Career Planner was designed with an APP in mind – it is a tool, it is a self-contained program, and it is user friendly. This text is meant to provide you information and give you ways in which to put that information to use.
For Native American and Indigenous students, positive self-concept includes pride in their cultural background.
Native American & First Nations College & Career Success is designed to improve student retention and success for Native American and Indigenous college students. It is based on the premise that cultural pride and positive self-identity are the foundations for learning.
The 2nd edition of Native American & First Nations College & Career Success:
Hawaii and Pacific Islands College and Career Success provides information on college success and cultural pride, how island values can be used to increase success, a brief history of higher education in the area, and how to navigate between Native cultures and the culture of higher education. This text helps students to understand their history and increase appreciation of their culture as a foundation for their future success.
Hawaii and Pacific Islands College and Career Success:
Write It introduces students to a form of academic writing that they will encounter in many of their college classes across several disciplines. Each section of the book presents and gives practice with a range of writing strategies that guide students through the writing process. These strategies will guide students to obtain the confidence and understanding they need to write effective academic essays.
Author(s): Gina Burkart
Written for traditional students as well as adult learners returning to college, 16 Weeks to College Success addresses the mix of emotions that students face in their first year of college and prepares them for a successful academic tenure. Broken down into easily digestible modules (weeks), the publication is chock full of activities to get the reader involved in the learning process while supplying valuable references throughout to promote further research.
Most reports indicate there are 1.6 million different private nonprofit organizations in the United States and tens of thousands of new positions open in youth, human service, and other nonprofit organizations each year. Leading and Managing Nonprofit Organizations presents information relevant to a number of competencies required to be leaders/managers in these organizations. This text provides opportunities to develop skills in these competency areas through classroom activities, simulations, and service learning projects.
21st Century Business Etiquette: From Getting a Job to Building a Career examines some of the obvious and not so obvious tools individuals can use to build a successful business career. The book begins by examining what an individual needs to do to prepare themselves for their career beginning with the section on defining success for yourself. Subsequent chapters include proper dining etiquette, understanding the hidden job market, developing an effective resume, and how to shine in an interview.