The Spring-Summer issue of Careering dives into career assessments
Career professionals often work with clients by using a variety of assessment tools and strategies. How do we identify the right type of tool to fit client needs? The Spring-Summer collaborative issue of Careering magazine with the US-based National Career Development Assessment (NCDA) highlights the theme of “Career Assessments” from a broad range of perspectives.
Articles in this issue:
- Finding the pieces, focusing on the patterns and finishing the puzzle, By Deirdre A. Pickerell
- I took five popular career assessments and here’s what I learned, By Stephanie Warner
- The role of assessment in guided career intervention, By JoAnn Harris-Bowlsbey
- A musical approach to career assessment, By Herky Cutler
More from the print edition:
- The power of play, By Marisa Brown
- Principles in Action: Change is inevitable in career development. Fear of it shouldn’t be, By Chris Callanan
- Client Side: It’s a small world after all – reflections on a career coaching journey, By Debra Thompson
- 10 Questions with Dr Chris Wood,
- Infographic: What’s in your career assessments toolbox?
…and these Online Exclusives:
- Challenges and opportunities in qualitative career assessment
- The role of assessment in the development of employability skills
- New tools for integration: Credential assessment for displaced individuals
- Case Study: Wearing many hats to help a young client find his path
- Experiential career counselling: A holistic approach to working with clients in transition
- Managing expectations about assessment results key when working with students
- How career practitioners can assess themselves
- How a lightbulb moment became a powerful narrative assessment practice
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. You can also access past issues for free online.
The next issue of Careering magazine (Fall 2019) will be on the theme of “Green Careers.” We welcome topic proposals representing a range of interpretations of this theme, from the intersection of climate change and career development, to emerging industries, to discussing sustainable careers with students in K-12, and much more. Please review our submission guidelines and send your article pitch to the Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org by June 28, 2019.