Optimization of Student Career Planning through Self- Management Guidance Technique Based on Mindmapping Imindmap V4

  • Gusman Lesmana alptkptm
  • Sri Ngayomi Yudha Wastuti
Keywords: mind mapping, career planning, career planning maturity


This Research and Service Program was created and developed with the aim of achieving increased student learning outcomes that specifically finalize career planning through mapping preparation through the online i-mindmap v4 application. This is related to the implementation of career guidance which is an assistance given to individuals to choose, prepare themselves and admit to a position and get a position of advancement in the position they choose. The method used in this research is Quasi Experimental research with Non-equivalent Control Group Design. The sample in the study consisted of 40 students of class XII at SMA Muhammadiyah 07 Serbelawan (Simalunugun) who had career development in very low and low categories. Data collection techniques in this study used a career development instrument questionnaire, interviews, observation and documentation as supporting techniques. The research findings show that the correlation obtained from the output display of the SPSS model summary 20.00 shows the magnitude of the hypothesis test results obtained by t-count = 3,869 and t-table = 1,684 so that the results of t-count > t-table (3,869> 1,684) are obtained with a correlation coefficient. 0,931 which indicates a positive influence, resulting in the conclusion that the mind mapping method in career planning has a significant effect on the maturity of students' career planning.