NCFR staff member Nancy Gonzalez's first career was as an academic adviser at a Big Ten university. She spent 15 years advising students on academic and career development. In this article she summarizes what she has learned.
Will your career involve working with the media? The challenges of getting research out via popular media are significant in today's high-tech world of information (and misinformation!) overload. In this article, Marthi Erickson discusses working with the media based on her many years of expertise.
Aspiring Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs) have lots of options for graduate school; there are more than 100 COAMFTE-accredited programs around the US. How should you go about choosing the school that is right for you?
Retirement is a distinct phase of life and is part of one's career as well. In this article Sedahlia Crase, NCFR member and Iowa State University Professor Emeritus, writes about entering retirement after a fulfilling career. Retirement can be fulfilling, too. Sedahlia shows us how.