The information given during the event entailed strategies of developing an appropriate career path (Niles and Harris-Bowlsbey 34). In addition, the materials on the value of exams in career growth were given. Pamphlets, which described the speakers/counselors and their room numbers, were given to students and parents. Students and parents were also given video and audio files that integrated recorded career and motivational talks from other professional counselors and career guides. Most of all, every student was given a diary meant to help him or her manage time effectively.
The presenters were motivated by the value of counseling for career development. Similarly, the students were motivated by the assurance of their forthcoming success. Students were motivated by the privilege of meeting with their favorite counseling and career professionals. On the other hand, presenters were motivated to meet with young and brilliant students. In particular, students were motivated by the subject of optional and lucrative career paths (Duane 21). Ultimately, both the presenters and speakers were motivated by the desire to learn and apply new ideas from the event.
Both the parents and students asked questions related to how technology can be integrated in schools in order to boost career development (Anderson and Vandehey 7). Parents also inquired about free and cost friendly strategies, which can be implemented in schools to boost both career development and academic performance. The majority of the students asked questions about how they should prepare for their prospective careers. For example, students wanted to know more about the right subjects to consider for different career goals. Parents asked questions related to why many students changed career paths as he or she went up the education ladder. Ultimately, parents inquired about the best environment for developing ...Show more