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Main Community News Advance With the Right Career Development Plan

Advance With the Right Career Development Plan

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Students who tackle their career goals head on through academic programs have several helpful resources available right at their fingertips. Instructors and, in some cases, practicum hosts can help steer students in the right direction toward a future in their desired profession. These knowledgeable professionals can give them insight into the career field and help identify small goals along the way.

With the amount of competition increasing for positions across virtually every field today, students are taking initiative and assuming responsibility for their futures. 

In order to do so, students must identify their strengths and particular values they hold within the workplace. This way, they may have a much easier time advancing in their roles than those who lose sight of the particular code of ethics related to their jobs.

Students can start evaluating their progress toward their long-term career goals as soon as they enroll in college. Those who are interested in a career as a legal professional can take paralegal courses at Vancouver Career College. For more information on the program, fill out the form on the right.

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