- Participate in the determination of organizational policies regarding such issues as participant eligibility, enrollment, program requirements and program benefits.
- Research and analyze clients’ needs to determine program directions and goals.
- Speak to community groups to explain and interpret agency purposes and programs.
- Keep records and case notes concerning visits with clients.
- Evaluate students’ or clients’ abilities, interests, and personality characteristics using tests, records, interviews, or professional sources.
- Conduct follow-up interviews with clients to determine if their needs have been met.
- Instruct clients in career development techniques such as job search and application strategies, resume writing, and interview skills.
- Teach students ages 16-18 basic job skills
- Counsel students after graduation on career choices
- Maintain student records
- Work with local business to help students find jobs
- Maintain daily and monthly case notes
- Maintain required training hours.
- Compile and study occupational, educational, and economic information to assist clients in determining and carrying out vocational and educational objectives.
- Refer students/clients to degree programs based on interests, aptitudes, or educational assessments.
- Refer qualified clients to employers or employment services for job placement.
- Establish contacts with employers to create internship and employment opportunities for students/clients.
- Maintain confidentiality of records relating to clients’ progress.
- Collect information about clients through interviews, observation, or tests.