Career Developments Magazine
Members: Watch your mailboxes for the current issue described below. This is a print-only, members-only resource!
NCDA believes the complexity in our field needs to be recognized by a variety of high quality credentials. As a result NCDA has determined that setting up its own credentialing body will allow NCDA’s standards and ethics to be upheld most effectively. These credentials are competency-based, as competency based credentials provide a higher level of consumer confidence. Career professionals holding an NCDA credential will have met rigorous standards set by NCDA. This issue will provide information on a variety of topics surrounding NCDA credentialing including NCDA Credentialing Committee, credentials offered, training programs/CEs, how the new credentials differ from past offerings, application questions, and other important resources.
Summer 2018 Focus Article:
Perspectives: New Credential Holders Share Insights on Earning a Certification through the NCDA Credentialing Commission
by Cynthia Marco-Scanlon and John E. Long
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Summer 2018: "NCDA Credentialing"
Table of Contents
PERSPECTIVES: New Credential Holders Share Insights on Earning a Certification through the NCDA Credentialing Commission
By Cynthia Marco-Scanlon and John E. Long
From the President:
Leading the Way
By Paul Timmins
From the Executive Director:
NCDA Credentials Provide Recognition and Value to our Industry
By Deneen Pennington
Thought Leader Insights: A Conversation with Tina Anctil
By Jenn Long Leard
Ethics in a Nutshell
By James Westhoff and Carolyn Jones
By Charles Lehman
On the Web
By Melanie Reinersman
Professional Counselors & Specialists
There is EXCELLENCE in Each of Us: The Dependable Strengths Articulation Process
By Sabira Vohira
Career Development Credentialing for School Counselors and the Reimagining of K–12 Career Centers
By Lauren K. Jones
NCDA Credentialing: An Interview with Spencer Niles
By Dylan Richard
Facilitating Career Development
Career Development Facilitators Become Facilitators of Career Development…
22 Years and Still Evolving
By Malka Edelman
A Conversation with Lisa Severy
By Heather N. Maietta