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There is a lack of specific resources for preparing counselors-in-training for their future profession. This article strives to identify and discuss some of the unique challenges and career preparation issues faced by master’s level counselors. The responsibility of counselor education programs to send out new counselors who are adequately prepared for the workforce is addressed, and examples of career resources used in one master’s level training program are provided.

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Choudhuri, D. D., & Ametrano, I. M. (2008). The Overlooked Group: Career Preparation for Counselors-in-Training, Michigan Journal of Counseling, 35(1), 1-13. doi:10.22237/mijoc/1217548860





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