Career development for at-risk Latino eighth grade students

Abstract This graduate project provides a guide for professional school counselors to conduct a career development workshop for eighth grade at-risk Latino students. The workshop allows students to proceed with their development process based on aptitudes and by providing information to develop students' career likes and dislikes. Additionally, the workshop addresses how adolescents, namely eighth graders, can foster their career development skills and responsibility in order to be successful at establishing career goals.