How to Plan and Develop a Career Center, Second Edition is a collection of 12 essays written by experts that discuss all aspects of establishing and running a career center independently or within a school or other institution. This updated, revised, and expanded handbook covers key topics such as the role of career centers, developing facilities, managing personnel, fitting into educational settings, serving diverse student populations and adult career seekers, online career centers, and trends for the future. Essays of this title include: ""Career Development and the Role of Career Centers""; ""Program Planning, Assessment, and Evaluation""; ""Developing Your Facilities""; ""Personnel, Administration, and Management""; ""Career Centers on the Internet""; ""Career Centers in Educational Settings""; ""Serving Diverse Populations""; ""Adult Career Centers""; ""Corporate Career Centers""; and, ""Critical Center Resources"".
Donald A. Schutt Jr. is the director of human resource development in the Office of Human Resources at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Previously he was a career development specialist at the Center on Education and Work in the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His most recent work is A Strength-Based Approach to Career Development Using Appreciative Inquiry, published by the National Career Development Association. Schutt is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Wisconsin as well as a national certified counselor and a master career development professional. His educational background includes a Ph.D. and M.A. in counselor education from the University of Iowa, and a B.A. in journalism and economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.