Young Adults with ADHD: College Resources For Making Career-Fit Decisions
My name is Lynette Mccullough and I am a graduate learner under the direction of Dr. Betsy Diegel, Chair in the College of doctoral studies at Grand Canyon University. I am recruiting individuals to explore how young adults with ADHD perceive the support and influence of college resources to make career-fit decisions.
Purpose of Study: The purpose of this study is to understand young adults with ADHD and their experience using college resources to make career decisions.
Participants in the study will be 50 young adults with ADHD. You will be asked to complete a 10-question questionnaires. The questionnaire will take approximately 10 -15 mins.
Participants will be entered into a drawing to win a 25 dollar gift card for your participation. Please click the link to go directly to the questionnaire. You will be required to leave an email in order to complete the questionnaire.
Please click the survey link.
After I receive all of the participants, then a drawing will take place and I will be in contact with you via the email you provide.
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