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Marty Apodaca

Career Development Facilitator II

I am a Career Development Facilitator 2 at the University of New Mexico (UNM) Office of Career Services. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Counselor Education and received my Master of Arts in Counseling from UNM, a CACREP accredited program. I serve as a liaison to the Ethnic Centers, College of Fine Arts, and School of Architecture and Planning at UNM. I have been a past president of the New Mexico Career Development Association and an active member of the National Career Development Association (NCDA), American Counseling Association, and New Mexico Counseling Association. I am currently representing New Mexico and UNM as a member of the NCDA Leadership Academy class of 2017. My passion is in helping clients share, connect with, and ultimately develop authorship over their stories using narrative counseling techniques. 

Areas of Interests: Career Counseling, Mental Health and Career Concerns, Career Construction Interview, Career Transitions, Undecided Students, Conceptualizing Creativity in your Major and Career, First Generation Students, Culture and Career/Major Fit

Colleges: Architecture & Planning, College of Fine Arts

Groups: Ethnic Centers; 1st Generation Students; Community Members, Men of Color

Projects: UNIV 201, Supervise Interns, On-Site Walk-in Hours: Ethnic Centers