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The Career Development Center (CDC) will be starting its visiting service program this fall semester 2012 to provide counseling programs for students seeking career advice. The CDC will set up temporary booths in the lobbies of each college department building and provide career counseling programs to students. The program will continue from Sept. 9 to 28, and will be available from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.The visiting service program consists of four sections: Individualized one-on-one employment consulting, Targeted career consulting, Self-evaluation through a mini Career Quotient Test, and Information about internships and the employment rate of graduates. The program has been arranged to provide specific career assistance depending on each college department.“The visiting service program has been set up to increase the center’s accessibility and help students develop and prepare for career paths in advance,” said one of the researchers at the CDC. “The specific employment rate of Ewha graduates from each college and the company most preferred by graduates will be posted at the booth in the lobbies to attract student interest.”To receive one-on-one consulting from the CDC, students must register through the Web site (http://job.ewha.ac.kr/). Students can take the targeted career consulting and self-evaluation test without reservation. The CDC plans to continue the visiting service program with high participation rate and feedbacks from student.“It will be an opportunity for students to learn career programs provided in the CDC and to take advantage of it as much as possible when seeking advice,” the researcher said.