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CALL FOR ARTICLES....ACPA "CAREERWATCH"
WINTER, 1999, PRE-CONVENTION ISSUE

"CareerWatch," the newsletter of the ACPA Commission for Career
Development (Commission 6) is now accepting submissions for the
Winter, 1999, Pre-ACPA Convention issue.   You are welcome to see
past archived issues of CareerWatch (including the latest issue in
Adobe Acrobat) plus all kinds of information about Commission 6 at
our Web site:

http://www.acpa.nche.edu/comms/comm06/comm06.htm


WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU IN ATLANTA FOR
ACPA'S DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY CONVENTION!!!
DETAILS ARE ON THE ACPA WEB SITE AT:

HTTP://WWW.ACPA.NCHE.EDU

WINTER 99 ISSUE THEME:  BEST PRACTICES IN PROVIDING
CAREER SERVICES FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS

Deadline for Submissions:  February 1, 1999

(articles are welcome on the below subtopics):

What are the best practices for working with undecided students,
students of color, adult learners, international students, graduate
students, students with disabilities, and 2-year college students.

THEME ARTICLES SHOULD BE NO LONGER THAN
TWO (2) PAGES, DOUBLE-SPACED.

IN ADDITION....We welcome short (half-page) analyses of your
personal experiences with specific types of technological software
and other products.  We call it the "Siskel and Ebert" section of the
latest kinds of software/career web resources.  What resources do you
recommend???

We are also looking for book/article reviewers.  If there are any
resources that you recommend that other folks use/read, please submit
a review (no longer than one page, double-spaced).

The deadline for submissions for the WINTER 99 issue is
February 1, 1999.    Submissions should be e-mailed
(either as a regular e-mail message, a WordPerfect or Microsoft Word
or ASCII file) to:  Greg Iaccarino, ACPA Commission 6 "CareerWatch"
at   [log in to unmask]

If unable to e-mail, please fax to (608) 262-9865 or mail to
Greg Iaccarino, Student Services Specialist, Department of
Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1550 Linden Drive,
Madison, WI 53706.  E-mail, however, is the preferred and quickest
method!

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Greg Iaccarino
Student Services Specialist
Department of Bacteriology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
114 E.B. Fred Hall
1550 Linden Drive
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
(608) 263-0234 (office)
(608) 262-9865 (fax)
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