Donald E. Super papers 1941-1994

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Donald E. Super papers, 1941-1994

Donald E. Super papers 1941-1994

Donald E. Super, most recognized for his contributions to vocational guidance, authored numerous publications and in the field. This small collection contains manuscripts and written works by Super in the area of vocational guidance and career development.

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Super, Donald E. (Donald Edwin), 1910-1994

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Donald E. Super is most recognized for his contributions to the vocational guidance movement, and later to counseling psychology, which included career counseling and life planning. Super began his career working as a YMCA employment counselor throughout the 1930s and 1940s. During his career, Super was also founder and director of the Cleveland (Ohio) Guidance Services as well as director of Clark University's Student Personnel Bureau. Super's strong interes...