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FORGING THEIR OWN PATH: THE COLLEGE YEARS

To help parents cultivate and support their college student’s interests and passions, we asked Arizona State University’s Dr. Joanne Vogel, Deputy Vice President and Dean of Students, Educational Outreach and Student Services; Cindy Parnell, Executive Director, Career & Professional Development Services; and Lilia Zacchia, Career Specialist Senior, Career & Professional Development Services, to provide some insight and advice. Here’s what they shared.

Q: You’ve supported your child in their youth and high school activities, where you were actively involved. Now your child is in college and discovering a whole new world of interests and opportunities,

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