Professional Development: Career Development Facilitator (CDF) Training

WCDA Roger Gantzarow Memorial Career Development Facilitator Training Scholarship

Now accepting applications for 2017 trainings

The purpose of this scholarship is to assist with the cost of tuition and/or the cost of books to attend the Career Development Facilitator Training (CDF) offered within Wisconsin by a Wisconsin trainer.

Amount
The scholarship is for $500. It will be paid to the participant after successful completion of the course.

Due Date
Please complete this form accurately and thoroughly. Recipient will be notified after the next Wisconsin Career Development Association (WCDA) board meeting following application. The WCDA Board meets monthly.

Recipient Eligibility
  • Intent to enroll or enrollment in the CDF course and successful completion of the course.
  • Proof of successful completion supplied at the end of course for release of the funds to scholarship recipient.
  • Registration fee paid by the participant not the employer.

To apply, complete the application.

CDF course dates and information

Questions? Contact Kathy Eidsmoe at keidsmoe@cesa1.k12.wi.us

Roger Gantzarow

Roger Gantzarow (1943-2014) firmly believed that career counselors should be trained and certified before assisting people with the career development process. For over 40 years, Roger was a vital member of the career counseling arena. He assisted countless individuals as they planned and managed their careers by helping them think about their interests, values, skills, goals and preferences. He received his B.S. and M.S.E. from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh. His first job was working as a career counselor in the Oshkosh Job Service Office. Roger spent the last 20 years of his career as the Director of Counseling and Testing for the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development. Roger was instrumental in developing the Career Development Facilitator training with Judy Ettinger from the Center on Education and Work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. During his retirement he was a dynamic presence in countless organizations related to career development including the Wisconsin Career Development Association.


WCDA's priorities
  • Lay a foundation for the effective delivery of career development and career self-management across the lifespan.
  • Build support and capacity for career development and career self-management for and through career development practitioners, educators, businesses and citizens.
  • Serve as advocates for high-quality career development and career self- management policy and practices via WCDA’s educational, political, business and community stakeholders.
  • Establish partnerships with other organizations, institutions, and individuals to promote and sustain career development and career self-management knowledge and skills.
  • Create an effective and vibrant professional career development association in the state of Wisconsin.