Life/Career Decision Making: Using the Bumps Along the Way . Jane Emery, M.Ed., Director of Advising and Career Development/DUS Coordinator, Penn State York Andrew Caldwell, M.S., Career Counselor/DUS Adviser, Penn State York. DUS Fall 2012 Conference.
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Jane Emery, M.Ed., Director of Advising and Career Development/DUS Coordinator, Penn State York
Andrew Caldwell, M.S., Career Counselor/DUS Adviser, Penn State York
Penn State York
-Significant number of first generation students
-Vast majority state career/vocational goals as primary reason for
-Most students work part-time, many are non-traditional with family responsibilities
Some definitions that made sense in our experience advising students:
Definitions retrieved from http://www.thefreedictionary.com/bump
“You may think about things so much that you get into the state where you are eating the menu instead of the dinner, you are valuing the money more than the wealth, and you are confusing the map with the territory" (Watts, 1994, p.139)