Who You are is What You Do Making Choice About Life After School by Heather McAllister
  

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Who You are is What You Do Making Choice About Life After School by Heather McAllister

Who You Are Is What You Do is a funky and informative workbook, designed to help teenagers make good decisions when taking the sometimes scary step of entering life after school. Author Heather McAllister has drawn on her experience as a career coach to create an essential resource for schools, students and parents alike. Attractive and fun-to-use, Who You Are Is What You Do gets its readers asking the right questions about themselves. * Innovative approach to careers counselling for 'Generation Y' * A personal workbook - an ideal gift for any secondary school student * Expert resource too for careers counsellors, teachers and parents * Encourages students to focus on their strengths and interests, not 'the job' * Light, informal, thought-provoking, with strong graphics * Draws on the insights of three great philosophers - Sartre, Heidegger and Nietzsche

About the Author

Heather McAllister is a philosophical counsellor specialising in life-direction guidance for teenagers and adults. While she was manager of student recruitment at the University of Auckland, she spent several years counselling and advising students regarding the transition from secondary to tertiary education.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
72 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Heather McAllister
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Publisher

Wilkins Farago
www.wilkinsfarago.com.au

Publication date

1st May 2012

ISBN

9780980607024


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