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Mission of PSCDA
Founded in 1986, our mission is to provide our members unique and ongoing opportunities for learning, connecting with colleagues, and promoting themselves as career development professionals.
Our membership includes counselors, HR managers, career transition specialists, professional resume writers, academic advisors, corporate trainers, career consultants and career, life and executive coaches, in addition to those who are fascinated by the “world of work.”
What's New with Dependable Strengths
Instructions for Webinar are below.
Dr. Kate Duttro, Dr. Jerald Forster, and Ms. Tami Palmer, Executive Director of the Center for Dependable Strengths and WOIS/The Career Information System will present “What’s New with Dependable Strengths--new, shortened and improved, DS” on Thursday, February 8th from 6:30pm to 8pm.
Dependable Strengths Master Trainers spent the last few years revising the Dependable Strengths training to bring it up to date and to address diversity and inclusion. This webinar will detail the significant changes that have been made. We will also present new formats for delivering the DSAP.This FREE webinar session will use ZOOM Video Conferencing. Instructions have been sent to advance registrants.
Angie Engel, Central Washington University, Puget Sound Career Development Association