This study examines the relationship between academic motivation and self-efficacy and participation in career development interventions. A national sample of 293 high school students was analyzed based on these sentiments and their participation in 44 career development interventions. The study revealed that there was no association between the participation in these interventions and academic motivation or self-efficacy.
Career Development Interventions and Academic Self-Efficacy and Motivation: A Pilot Study
CCRS Center Publication
National Dissemination for Career and Technical Education