Educational Administration, Department of
Date of this Version
Published in Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 52:2 (2015), pp 134–148.
Higher education institutions play a key role in helping to shape students’ interests and career plans; as such, student affairs practitioners should understand how the co-curricular environments in their domain contribute to students’ career development. The purpose of this study is to explore how one specific co-curricular experience, participation in an Alternative Break (AB) program, may influence students’ career plans.
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