Mary Grutta (3283)

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Supporting Meaningful Career Paths:  Effects of Mentoring on Vocational Outcomes for Emerging Adults

Hometown: Califon, New Jersey

Department: Psychology

Advisor: Elizabeth Raposa

My Honors Thesis will investigate the effect of mentoring on vocational outcomes (type of jobs, career attitudes, and job satisfaction) for emerging adults. I will also examine whether one's perceptions of adult identity or the quality of the mentor relationship mediates the effect on vocational outcomes. I am hopeful that my research will help develop programs for emerging adults to discover their passion and begin learning about career opportunities rooted in their interests.

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