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Transcript of Copy of The Action Oriented Hope-Centered Model of Career Developmen

Spencer Niles, Nai-fen Su, Hyoyeon In, ZiYoung Kang
College of William and Mary and
The Pennsylvania State University
March 29, 2014

The Theoretical Background
The Action Oriented Hope-Centered Model of Career Development (HCMCD)
Hope-Centered Career Inventory (HCCI)
Case study / Discussion
Hope-Centered Career Intervention Toolkit (HCCIT): Two Activities

Pathways (planning to meet goal)
The Action Oriented Hope-Centered Career Development Model

is defined as the perceived capability to derive pathways to desired goals, and motivate oneself via agency thinking to use those pathways"
(Snyder, 2002, p. 249)

Hope-Centered Career Development Research Team
Three Theories Converge into the Hope-Centered Career Model
Snyder’s Hope Theory
Goals, Pathways, Agency
Hall’s Protean Career Theory
Self-identity (Self-clarity)
Bandura’s Human Agency Theory
Self-reflectiveness (Self-reflection)
Forethought (Visioning)
Intentionality (Goal Setting)
Self-reactiveness (Implementing)
Hope-Centered Career Inventory (HCCI)
To assess clients’ hope-centered career competencies

Target Population
8th graders or above

28 items and the following subscales:
(1) hope (2) Self-reflection (3) Self-clarity (4) Visioning
(5) Goal setting & planning (6) implementing (7) Adapting

Reliability and Validity
Internal consistency: Good (overall: .914, sub scales: .606 ~ .812)
Construct validity (CFA): Good (RMSEA: .065, CFI: 096, NNFI: .95)

A Web-based system for HCCI
Web-based HCCI: the only available format at this moment

Both practitioners and researchers can request the use of the web-based HCCI by contacting Dr. Hyung Joon Yoon (

Individuals who have a pass code can take the HCCI and download an automated report in a PDF format

The Action Oriented Hope-Centered Model of Career Development and Intervention Toolkit:
A New Approach to Effective Career Counseling

Case of Nadia
Nadia’s HCCI Result
involves having a belief
that things will turn out well.

is more directly connected to
goal-directed actions one takes.
An Asian American first-generation college student
A junior in the department of mathematics
She lost her mother in a car accident two years ago, and her father works at a laundry and dry-cleaning service.
Has one younger brother, a senior in high school
GPA 3.5; she likes mathematics, but she is not sure what career path she could take and whether she would be able to get a job that pays well enough to support her family.
She is very concerned about the financial situation of her family (including her student loan, and her brother’s, if he chooses to go to a college, which she encourages him to do); she has two part-time jobs.
She often finds the situation overwhelming, and is unsure whether things would ever get better.
Activity 2:
Story of Overcoming Challenges
Activity 1: Accomplishment Interview
Career Client
Identify something you’ve done about which you feel very proud.
Describe what you did to make this happen.

Career Counselor
Help the client deconstruct the experience.
Get the detail of the experience.
Ask, “What did you have to do to make that happen?”
Summarize and repeat.

List all of the transferable skills and attitudes you hear the client describe.

Dr. Spencer G. Niles sgniles@wm.edu

Dr. Hyoyeon In hoi5006@psu.edu

ZiYoung Kang zzk5010@psu.edu

Nai-Fen Su nzs5134@psu.edu
Contact Information
Think about a difficult situation that you were able to overcome in the past.

What made it challenging?
What was the goal related to that challenge?
How were you able to move from where you were toward achieving your goal?
How confident or motivated were you about overcoming that challenge to achieving the goal?

Think about the goals that you desire to achieve.

What are the challenges to achieving your goals?
How can you apply some of what you learned from the past experiences to your current challenges?
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