The "Digital Career Adviser... dissertation-textbook" surmises the culmination of extensive academic work completed by Dr. Shane Joseph Charbonnét. It was developed and completed while matriculating at the renowned Florida Institute of Technology (i.e., Florida Tech) located on the Space Coast of Florida in the city of Melbourne, FL. CNFS (i.e., Career Navigational Framework System) is a digitized omphalos centered on both STEM and STEAM-Domains. It espouses two primary purposes: a. Functional usefulness or utility, and b. Aesthetical appeal. The practical aspect is pertinent to the archival, therefore readily provision of critical or vital STEM and STEAM-centered information. The aesthetical point, on the right hand, is relevant to the importance of designing such an online and digitized system that its intended user body will remain online for extended periods. This results, primarily, in the heightened probability for each user to optimize one's informational gathering therein equipping and empowering experience. It is a response to the central problem follows. During the past ten years in the eastern region of the USA -- particularly the State of Florida, at graduation time, an estimated 84-percentile of the student were preferring non-STEM and non-STEAM over STEAM and STEAM for higher educational as well as professional career preferences.
CNFS began as three iterations of a PowerPoint wireframe and now exists as the tenth-iteration of a website-wireframing contextualization. The next generation of its research and development entails CNFS becoming a 3-Dimensional Mixed Reality Informative, Educational and Empowering Experience. It is 285 total pages in length.
Sincerely thank you for your support! May we put aside our differences and radically transform the world for the better one competent, gifted, bright, talented, distinctively unique, etcetera student at-a-time. How by appropriating CNFS, the Digitized Career Advisor System
-Dr. Shane J. Charbonnét (Ph.D.).
Dr. Shane J. Charbonnét (Ph.D.).