New issue of CJCD: Skills for the 21st century, peer mentoring and more
The newest edition of Canadian Journal of Career Development (CJCD) has just been published, featuring a range of topics from mentorship as a career intervention to the use of technology in career services to international students in the workforce.
- Mentorship as a Career Intervention: An Evaluation of a Peer-Mentoring Program with Canadian University Psychology Students, Zarina A. Giannone, Michelle M. Gagnon, and Hank C.H. Ko
- Creating a Lifelong Career Development Model, Kathryn A. Levine
- Group Career Counselling for International Students: Evaluation and Promising Practices, Snježnana Linkeš, Fredrick Ezekiel, Ashleigh Lerch, & Ken N. Meadows
- Career and Guidance Counsellors Working in French Language Secondary Schools in Ontario: An Inventory of Current Tasks and Perceived Competence, Andrè Samson, Laurent Sovet, Julia DiMillo, Louis Cournoyer, Simon Viviers, and Daniel Nadon
- Skills for the 21st Century: A Meta-Synthesis of Soft-Skills and Achievement, Nicole E. Lee
- Hope-Centred Interventions with Unemployed Clients, Norman Amundson, Tannis Goddard, Hyung Joon Yoon, and Spencer Niles
- The Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the Practice of Quebec Career Guidance Counsellors?, Michel Turcotte and Liette Goyer
- A Qualitative Exploration of Career Identity Development among “Dependent” Immigrant Women: Preliminary Findings, Deepika Rastogi and Cristelle Audet
- Context and Practices of University Student Services for International Students’ Workforce Integration: Research-in-Brief, Jon Woodend
Canadian Journal of Career Development is a partnership project between CERIC and Memorial University of Newfoundland with the support of The Counselling Foundation of Canada. It is Canada’s only peer-reviewed publication of multi-sectoral career-related academic research and best practices from this country and around the world.
CJCD is published twice a year, once in digital format in the fall and then in both print and digital formats in the winter. It is free to subscribe to the digital editions and all issues of the journal dating back to 2002 are available to access online.