CERIC encourages the engagement of Canada’s full-time graduate students whose academic focus is in career development and/or related fields through the Graduate Student Engagement Program (GSEP). Faculty members are asked to play a role in identifying appropriate graduate students.
Through the GSEP, graduate students will be introduced to CERIC and its programs and invited to:
- Compete for the CERIC Graduate Student Engagement Program Award, which provides free registration and up to $1,000 to cover expenses to attend and present at the Cannexus National Career Development Conference;
- Join one of of CERIC’s committees (one graduate student per year);
- Write articles for ContactPoint / OrientAction, our internationally recognized online communities for professionals in the career development field;
- Submit an article to the peer-reviewed Canadian Journal of Career Development, the pre-eminent open access academic journal dedicated to multi-sectoral career development in Canada and around the world;
- Connect with other graduate students through the GSEP Network, a dedicated LinkedIn group, or through the GSEP group on Facebook.