Krumboltz's Social Learning Theory
Making chance encounters or unplanned events into opportunities for learning and connecting.
Rooted in the learning processes that lead to self-efficiency beliefs and interests
CAREER SELECTION THEORY
FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE CAREER MAKING DECISION
Achievement or failure in these encounters effect the individual's career development and decision
GENETIC ENDOWMENT AND SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
Inherited characteristics such as race, gender, and physical appearance
All previous learning experiences influence the individual's educational and career choices
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AND EVENTS
Influences that may lie outside the control of anyone but happen due to the environment in which an individual exists
TASK APPROACH SKILLS
Skills in which an individual applies to each new task. Such as performance standards, values, or work habits
CREATED BY CHRISTINE PAYNE
Brown, D. (2007). Career information, career counseling, and career development. Chapel Hill, NC: Pearson.