Tuesday May 7, 1 – 3 pm
2 NBCC Contact Hours
Career Services, Stevenson University, Owings Mills Campus
An average work life is 40 years. In the past couple of decades, many occupations have changed dramatically in nature and some have disappeared. The rate of change is increasing. When clients plan their futures, how do they know if they are choosing occupations with a future? In this time of rapid change, how can clients be prepared for the changes that will impact their lives?
No one can predict the future, but there are well known trends that clients need to understand, such as:
- Routine tasks are being replaced by technology.
- Demand continues to increase for artistic skills, human services skills, and technical experts who invent or control technology.
- Precarious work, also called the Gig Economy, is growing. Some thrive in this environment, and many suffer.
- Rewards for being the first to recognize opportunities are immense.
Spend 2 hours analyzing the ways work is changing, the implications of those changes, and how to help clients anticipate and position themselves to survive those changes.
Marilyn Maze, Ph.D., is the Business Manager of PsyCoun Institute and the Executive Director of the Asia Pacific Career Development Association. She has organized the annual APCDA Conference since its inception, conducted numerous research projects on significant labor market and career counseling issues, and presented at international conferences. Marilyn is a Fellow of the National Career Development Association and received NCDA’s President’s Award and the NCDA Credentialing Commission Service Award in 2016. She received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Maryland Career Development Association in 2010. Dr. Maze formerly developed the ACT Profile (previously called DISCOVER).
Please register online at https://mdcareers.org/event-3365810
Before April 30:
Member - $40
Non-Member - $60
Student/Retired MCDA Member - $30
On May 1 or after:
Member - $50
Non-Member - $70