ACEs, Stress, Resilience, and Career-Search Self-Efficacy in Minority College Students

Mar 30, 2019 11:30am ‐ Mar 30, 2019 12:00pm


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This poster discusses data from an online survey distributed to African American and Latinx college students on a large urban university campus. The study examines the relationship among adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), stress, and resiliency with career search-self efficacy. ACEs have been associated with negative health and workforce outcomes. Minorities tend to have a higher prevalence of ACEs, and the impact of ACEs on career development has not yet been explored.

  • Counselors will understand the impact of adverse childhood experiences on career search self-efficacy.
  • Counselors will learn about the racial disparities in adverse childhood experiences, career development, and workforce outcomes.
  • Counselors will learn about the role of stress and resilience in minority career development.

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