May, Gary L.
September 2005
Business Communication Quarterly;Sep2005, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p345
Academic Journal
The author reports on a self-directed career planning laboratory at Clayton State University. According to the article, the laboratory was built in order for the school to improve career planning services offered to students. The author feels that the program being formed as a laboratory is positive due to the fact that it does not require additional time or money to function. The importance of career development opportunities being made available to students by colleges and universities is discussed.


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