Highlands College Staff Member Earns National Certification
Highlands College’s Workforce Navigator, Kehli Hazlett, has been awarded the Career Development Facilitator Certificate from the National Career Development Association. Kehli was one of the first three individuals in Montana to obtain this national certification. The announcement of the award was made by the office of Denise Juneau, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, which was the sponsor of the training for this Certificate.
“I love helping students. It is professionally rewarding and personally satisfying,” said Kehli. “Earning this certification has provided me with valuable professional skills to help students even more.”
The agency awarding this certificate to Kehli, the National Career Development Association, is a founding Division of the American Counseling Association. The training was conducted by Dr. Rebecca Dedmond of George Washington University. She is well-respected in the career development world.
“Our primary job here at Highlands College is to help our students learn and succeed,” said Dr. John M. Garic, Dean of Highlands College. “Kehli is one of our most dedicated staff members helping our students. In addition to her normal job and working on her doctoral degree, Kehli invested the time and significant effort to earn this national certification. I am proud of her and congratulate her on her efforts and this achievement.”
For any further information about this issue or any issue pertaining to Montana Tech or Highlands College, please contact Amanda Badovinac at 406-496-4828 or Dr. John M. Garic at 406-496-3714.