CERIC is now making available regional breakdowns of its 2015 CERIC Survey of Career Service Professionals for Atlantic Canada, Quebec, Ontario, Prairies and British Columbia. The survey provides a demographic snapshot (education, experience, salary) as well as examines professional development needs and research trends.
CERIC’s Insight into Canadian Post-Secondary Career Service Models project has been awarded to PSE Information Systems, led by Dr Peter Dietsche and Jim Lees. The project will establish the importance that both Francophone and Anglophone universities and colleges place on the provision of career development services to their students and highlight “impressive models” of career…
CERIC is governed by a pan-Canadian volunteer Board of Directors reflecting a broad sectoral representation in the field of career development. Jennifer Browne, Associate Director of Student Life at Memorial University of Newfoundland, takes over as Chair of the CERIC Board.
CERIC is partnering for the first time with the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE) to offer a special 3-part webinar series on Measuring and Managing Performance-Based Outcomes in Post-Secondary Career Centres, presented by renowned consultant and trainer Sarah Delicate.
Transformative workplaces are those that make us better as human beings living lives of greater purpose and passion at the same time as accomplishing the goals of the organization and addressing the needs of the larger society. This is the focus of CERIC’s newest literature search.
The Fall edition of The Canadian Journal of Career Development (CJCD) has just been published with four peer-reviewed articles as well as a feature interview with Marilyn Van Norman, the former Director of the University of Toronto Career Centre.
All 22 chapters of CERIC’s Career Development Practice in Canada: Perspectives, Principles, and Professionalism can now be downloaded individually for free, opening up access to this valuable resource for students, educators and practitioners alike.