Careering magazine explores Cultural Perspectives on Career and Work
The theme of the Winter issue of Careering magazine is “Cultural Perspectives on Career and Work: Understanding International Students and New Canadians.” Articles discuss opportunities and challenges that international students and newcomers facing in transitioning into Canadian workplaces and support that career development professionals can provide.
- Career Counselling for International Students in High Schools, by Julie Doucette
- Overcoming Cultural Differences to Facilitate Integration and Success, by Ben Yang
- From Book Bags to Briefcase: International Student Transition to Employment in Canada, by Jennifer Browne and Sonja Knutson
- Working with Refugees: From Fear to Employment, by Albert Nsabiyumva
- A Cultural Approach for Career Development Among the Inuit, by Gabrielle St-Cyr
- The Importance of International Students in the K to 12 Sector in Canada, by Jeff Davis
- Understanding and Supporting the Needs of International Students, by Anna-Lisa Ciccocioppo and Martha Liliana Gonzalez
- Overcoming the “Lack of Canadian Experience” Hurdle, by Joanna Samuels
…and much more, including:
- 10 Questions for the Right Honourable Paul Martin
- Later Life Career Development, by Suzanne Cook
- Self-Directed Career Management, by Liette Goyer
Careering magazine is Canada’s Magazine for Career Development Professionals and is the official publication of CERIC. It is published three times a year both in print and as an emagazine, including select content in French. Subscribe to receive your free copy or learn more about advertising in our media kit. You can also access past issues for free online.
Interested in contributing to Careering? The Spring-Summer 2017 issue will have The Changing Nature of Careers as a theme (submission deadline: March 20, 2017). This issue will be a first, an exciting collaborative edition with Career Developments magazine, the magazine of the National Career Development Association (NCDA). Get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to submit an article for publication.