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Scaffolding students' career self-efficacy via the e-micromodule route: A case study
The future of work is changing with many expected to have multiple micro-careers. Thus, workers should be supported to be career-ready in a scalable and intentional manner. The aim of this exploratory study is to investigate the effects of a career planning e-micromodule on pre-internship students’ career readiness using the lens of Social Cognitive Career Theory and NACE's Career and Self-development competency. The results showed a statistically significant difference in the self efficacy pre- and post-training survey scores on career readiness for all items, while their open-ended responses reflected plans on navigating career opportunities, identifying their strengths, learning continuously, and building positive working relationships.