research study on career making process of chinese americans

I recently heard from William Nguyen, a Ph.D student at at Alliant International University who is doing research for his dissertation on the Career Decision Making Styles of Chinese American undergraduate students. If you're a Chinese American student, he could use your help filling out his survey. From William:
Greetings. My name is William Nguyen, MA and I am a Ph. D Candidate at Alliant International University: CSPP. I am conducting a study that explores the beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors of Chinese American identified undergraduate students attending a 2 or 4 year college/university in regards to their career decision-making process. If you are interested in participating, you will complete a 20 – 30 minute survey that asks you a myriad of questions related to your career decision-making process. All responses and identifying information will be kept confidential. As incentive for your participation, all participants that provide contact information will be entered in a raffle for either a $75, $50, or $25 gift card to Gap, Inc. (or any other department store of choice). Should you have any questions about the research please contact: William Nguyen at wnguyen@alliant.edu. If you would like to participate, please click on the following link to survey monkey (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=DQKGz8ZQQ58Uuyq4aROxvA_3d_3d). Also, if you are interested in receiving results to this study, please contact William Nguyen with that request. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Do you meet the criteria? William could use your help. If you could take 20-30 minutes of your time to fill out the survey, it would be really help for his research. And of course, all the information you give will be kept confidential. To take the online survey, go here.

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