CERIC is pleased to announce the keynote speakers for Cannexus16, which marks the 10th anniversary of Canada’s largest bilingual National Career Development Conference. The conference takes place January 25-27, 2016 at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa and is expected to welcome 800 delegates.
CERIC will be hitting the road this spring, travelling to Atlantic Canada to offer a series of networking meetings. The events will feature Cathy Campbell, author of CERIC’s newly released book Career Crafting the Decade After High School: Professional’s Guide.
Mark July 7, 8 and 9 on your calendars and plan to join us in Toronto for the 2015 Summer Skills Academy. The Summer Skills Academy is back with a new format and new location but with the same intensive high-quality learning you have come to expect.
Canada’s largest employers are more likely to say that the skills gap has become worst compared to their small business counterparts, according to CERIC’s latest analysis of its Career Development in the Workplace: National Business Survey. The new findings present a breakdown of survey results by employer size—fewer than 10 employees, 10 to 49 employees, 50 to 99 employees, 100 to 499 employees, and more than 500 employees.
If you are a full-time graduate student whose focus is career development or a faculty member working with full-time grad students in career counselling or a related field, then you want to know about the CERIC Graduate Student Engagement Program (GSEP). Applications for 2015 are due by April 30.
Organizations seeking to reach Canada’s career development professionals can now consult CERIC’s new media kit with options that suit every budget. Opportunities range from full-page magazine advertisements to website banners and enewsletters sponsorships.