Language : ENGLISH
College LIFE MANAGEMENT
IQ and EQ are no longer enough!
Using a groundbreaking 21st century septivium of essential mechanisms, Harvard-educated author Rozalia Williams guides you through the art and science of meeting the expectations of virtually every college official, hiring official, and military recruiter for the self-knowledge, self- discipline, and college knowledge a student must bring to the table if they desire to earn a credential and become employed.
This life-changing book is for students who want to:
- Establish their own identities
- Rely on their own incomes
- Work in a satisfying career
- Become independent thinkers
- Develop mutually beneficial relationships
- Understand what influences their life choices
- Make the world a better place to live
- Hand-on Practice Worksheets
- Self-scoring Assessments
- Real-life “What if…” Scenarios
- Force Fields and Other Visual Aids
- Comprehensive Checklists
- Tools Linking Career and Academic Fields
- End of Chapter Introspection and Quizzes
Rozalia Williams earned an Ed.D. in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education; and an M.S. in Counselor Education from Florida International University. She has over three decades of experience counseling and educating high school and college students; creating, implementing, and evaluating student development programs; and teaching first-year experience courses.
Dr. Williams served as an Exchange Scholar and Peer Reviewer at the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education, Higher Education Programs. She is the Founding President of the College Student Development Center and author of the College FAQ Book: Over 5,000 Not Frequently Asked Questions About College! Dr. Williams teaches the College Life Skills Course® reviewed by the American Council on Education. She implements the GottaDo College® Early Awareness Initiative and uses the A7MQ® Life Management Curriculum to teach practitioners How to Counsel College-bound Students in a professional development training reviewed by the National Board for Certified Counselors.