Publication Date

2006

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science in Education (MSEd)

Department

Counselor Education

Abstract

Latinas on campus have a very distinct need when it comes to career decision-making processes. The present study examines the ways in which Latinas make career decisions and attempts to enhance their career self-efficacy through peer group career counseling. The existing literature about Latinas and careers was discussed and their values, cultural beliefs, and traditions were analyzed. Results of a psychoeducational intervention using non-directive counseling were included. The limitations and implications for further studies were discussed.

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