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Tristana Harvey

 

Thursday, February 10, 2011, 10 am Pacific, 11 am Mountain, noon Central, 1 pm EST, 2 pm Atlantic, 7 pm Zurich, 8 pm Istanbul 


Appropriate & Ethical Use of Social Media in Career Advising and Planning Services

 

Social media technologies can help career development professionals to deliver interactive career counseling and planning services. Use of technology requires an understanding of the environment to insure access and benefits to clients. Dr. Harvey will share tips to build your knowledge and skills for the appropriate and ethical use of technology in career counseling and planning services.

 

African-American Women and Mentoring: Implications for Career Intervention Across the Adult Life-Course

 

(“This article originally appeared in NCDA’s magazine, Career Developments, Summer 2009.  Copyright National Career Development Association.  Reprinted with permission.”)

 

Bio

 

Tristana Harvey, PhD, has 15 year experience in education and counseling helping individuals meet their goals.  Dr. Harvey's background in television production and speech/language therapy provide her a unique perspective on communication through media. In 2001, she took a course on the design, development and evaluation of internet resources for educational purposes that inform her expertise in the use of social media in career development. She conducts personal, career, and educational counseling with diverse clients and conducts professional development programs for faculty, staff, and students. Her practice focues on behavioral health counseling, group seminars, and continuing education programs.

 

Contact

 

Tristana Harvey, PhD, NCC, LPC
Harvey Career Planning & Consulting
221 West High St., Suite 1300
Bellefonte, PA 16823
814-321-1238
Email: career_planning@hotmail.com
www.harveycareerplanning.com
Twitter: hcptweets

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Social Media Use and Behavior Policy Examples

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Introduction
Dr. Harvey's background in television production and speech/language therapy provide her a unique perspective on communication through media. In 2001, she took a course on the design, development and evaluation of internet resources for educational purposes that inform her expertise in the use of social media in career development. She conducts personal, career, and educational counseling with diverse clients and conducts professional development programs for faculty, staff, and students. Her practice focues on behavioral health counseling, group seminars, and continuing education programs.
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Interview Questions

 

  1. Tristana, how did you move from that technology class in 2001 to become interested in the ethical use of social media for career advising?
  2. Do you want to use Twitter as an example (slide 2 and slide 7)?
  3. What is the big picture of using the Internet for career advising? (slide 3)
  4. How does social media fit into that picture? (slide 4)
  5. What do you mean by social media = social learning (slide 5 and slide 6)
  6. You gave us a handout with a table of distance delivered technologies?  What would you like us to do with this handout? (slides 7, 8 and 9)
  7. Where can we find websites that give technology use policies? What is the difference between the technology use policy and the social media behavior policy (slide 10)
  8. Where can we find these policies? (NCDA Code of Ethics, Section F)
  9. What would you like to see in the future in ethical use of social media for career advising?

 

 

 

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Thank you Tristana, for sharing information on the ethical use of social media in career advising and planning services.

 

Upcoming Tele-Interviews

 

  • February 17,  Terry Weber, Offender Employment Services Coordinator, in Olympia, Washington, will discuss an effective way to serve customers with conviction histories. With the current trend of incarceration rates and recidivism, budget cuts and the need to do more with less; we need to become creative in our efforts to manage resources and develop partnerships to get the results we need for improved public safety.
  • March 3, Courtland Lee, past American Counseling Association President, will discuss the Dynamics of Diversity in a Global Marketplace;
  • March 10, Bob Tyra from the Los Angeles Board of Education, will discuss his wildly successful SPARCs program in the schools;
  • March 17 Maureen Nelson will inform us how to coach clients to write their way into a job;
  • March 24 John Merris-Coots, Director of the California Career Resource Network, will talk about how to provide career guidance in the schools.
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