career adviser

career adviser

Graduate education An academic 'guru'–eg, department, junior faculty member, or other at a medical school, charged with guiding a medical student in his/her choice of specialty. See Internship–the Match.
References in periodicals archive ?
Specifically, I describe a case in which a career adviser in a university setting used a theoretically focused self-help model of service delivery while interacting with a client.
To do so would require a more generous staffing formula in secondary schools to establish more career adviser positions, a requisite larger allocation of funds to secondary schools to recruit and train more careers advisers and provide ancillary assistance in schools for them (a difficult task given the budgetary position of the current NSW State Government).
I count myself extremely fortunate that I never did get to the front of the queue to see a career adviser.
A career adviser helps a client to research different careers using the website www.
We are not all on the same page,'' said Dorothy Cox, a career adviser at Jordan High School who accompanied the high school students on the CSUN trip.
For two years, CompTIA's TechCareer Compass(TM) has defined IT industry jobs from the perspective of the employer, the trainer, the career adviser, the curriculum developer and the IT job candidate.
In schools with only one career adviser these took the form of an individual interview, while in schools with more than one career adviser the advisers were interviewed together (see Table 2).
Colleen Head, a career adviser at Canyon High School, decided to organize a bone marrow registration drive after hearing that a teacher's wife needed a transplant immediately.
Rugby Career Adviser Alan Johnson said: "Our advice is 'Don't panic' - but do come in and talk to us so you have all the right information to help you make the right decision.
Guest speaker Dhyan Lal, a district student career adviser and author of books on youth gangs, spoke about Asian gangs.
Ann Watson, chief operating officer of Semta, which represents 128,000 companies in the advanced manufacturing and engineering sector, said: "Time and again, when talking to bright, talented youngsters, I hear tales of academic snobbery - career advisers actively obstructing them from taking a vocational qualification and a career in industry.
In Tasmania there is no requirement for pathway planners or career advisers in college or polytechnics to have a career development qualification, although some do.
Full browser ?