Social-Cognitive Career Theory: Research Findings – Free Webcast January 21, 2021

Students who are engaged and motived to learn are more successful in college and in life. However, poverty, race/ethnicity, and disability intersect to negatively affect participation of African American students with disabilities in higher education. Use of the deep learning-Social-Cognitive Career Theory (SCCT) frameworks increases student goal persistence, career development, and job placement. In this webcast, you will:

  • Learn how to apply deep Social-Cognitive Career Theory (SCCT) frameworks to increase student engagement and motivation.
  • Get practical guidelines for designing best practice services for educational and career development.

When: January 21, 2021
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CST
Where: Online
Cost: Free, but registration is required
CRC: This webcast offers 1 CRC credit upon submission of evaluation form. 

Register: Social-Cognitive Career Theory: Research Findings


Dr. Madan Kundu
Chair and Professor, Department of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies
Project Director, CLAIM
Southern University, Baton Rouge


Dr. Elizabeth D. Cardoso
Chair and Professor, Educational Foundations & Counseling Program
Hunter College | City University of New York


Dr. Kanako Iwanaga
Assistant Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Counseling
Virginia Commonwealth University

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