The North Carolina Career Development Association (NCCDA) will hold its 2005 fall conference in the Moseley Center on campus from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Friday, Oct. 14.
More than 100 participants who specialize in career counseling will attend the conference, which will include information and training sessions on various issues related to career development. NCCDA members consist of professionals in career counseling who work at colleges, universities, public and private primary and secondary schools, and those who work in a corporate setting or private practice. The Roy Anderson Award, which recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions to career development at the state, regional and national level over an extended time, will be presented at a luncheon.
NCCDA is a division of the N.C. Counseling Association and is affiliated with the National Career Development Association.
Elon is well-represented on NCCDA’s executive board. Rhonda Kosusko, associate director of the career center, is immediate past president of the association. Chris Smith, director of employer relations, is chair of the Research Grant Committee and serves on the executive board.