最後，依據研究結果與討論，研究者提出具體建議，以利於未來應用於學生運動員職涯輔導方案，期許更能讓方案達到最大效益。 The purpose of this study was to explore the effectiveness of a model 18 week career transitional program for student athletes. The model is composed of three areas of training and facilitation in order to enhance athletes’ readiness for a career. These three areas are: 1) self concept, 2) career genetic skills, including social skills, and 3) readiness for career. A qualitative study was conducted one year after the program was implemented. Qualitative research methods were utilized for a more in depth understanding on the effectiveness of the career transitional model for student-athletes. A total of senior college students with a sports major were selected as interviewees for the study. After comprehensive review of all the data collected, the researcher organized the results and identified issues related to the effectiveness of the career transitional model for student athletes. The research results obtained were the following: 1、The effectiveness of the career transitional model (1) Self-concept：To enhance self-awareness, self-efficacy and the discovery of per-sonal values are critical. The student athletes began to try think about the future. (2) Career genetic skills: To enhance communication skills progress and social skills. (3) Readiness for career：Discover personal interests, abilities, and set out for their own career goals. Looking for resources when faced with career barriers. 2、Influencing Factors for the effectiveness of the career transitional model (1) Different sports career backgrounds can affect the motivational level of individuals. (2) The sports degree of recognition of the role, impact career planning effectiveness. (3) Whether the curriculum design is similar to the experience of student athletes. (4) The coach to give a direct student athlete wanted, affecting the ability they look for learning objectives.
Finally, future research suggestions and practical implications were provided ac-cording to the study results. These recommendations can help enhance the effective-ness of future programs on this subject.