The North Carolina Career Development Association held its fall conference Friday, Oct. 14 in McKinnon Hall on campus. More than 80 people from college and university career centers, corporate human resources offices and private practicioners gathered to take part in panel discussions, roundtable discussion topics and learn about the latest in technology.
Todd Lewis, assistant professor of counseling and educational development at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, led the opening session on motivational interviewing. Other sessions dealt with career assessments. clients with disabilities and issues in private practice.
Rhonda Kosusko and Chris Smith of the Elon Career Center served on the NCCDA conference committee. They also serve on the NCCDA board for 2005-2006.