Priority given to proposals will vary with time, in accordance with gaps identified and the available resources. Each proposal will be dealt with individually with respect to rights and responsibilities. The CERIC Board makes decisions around proposal acceptance. Board decisions are final.
The following Practical & Academic Research priority areas have been identified:
- Labour market information
- Early intervention to assist children’s career decision-making
- Evaluation: Impact of policy and programs on career services
- Intersection of diversity and work
The following Professional Development & Ongoing Learning priority areas have been identified:
- New emerging career development theories and career management models
- Impact of social media on how career practitioners are doing their work
- Entrepreneurial education and career development
- Impact of disability and/or mental health issues on career development
CERIC Partnership Projects may also be eligible for matching MITACS funding. Please check with them at mitacs.ca.