2019

Groundwork for growth: CERIC’s 2018 Annual Report

Persistent, incremental steps can lead to big jumps. Having spent much of the past 13 years striving to reach further with every step, 2018 was a year of reimagining, recalibration and reinforcement. CERIC’s 2018 Annual Report showcases how we laid the groundwork to allow us to take bigger leaps in the future. In the 2018…

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2019

Super Saver registration now open: Cannexus20 National Career Development Conference

Registration for Cannexus20, Canada’s National Career Development Conference, is now open with both 3-day ($450) and 1-day ($225) packages available. Take advantage of special rates for members of supporting organizations, students and groups. Super Saver deadline is September 4, 2019. Cannexus is designed to promote the exchange of information and explore innovative approaches in the…

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2019

New resource outlines evidence base for CERIC’s Guiding Principles of Career Development

CERIC has released a new companion document to its popular Guiding Principles of Career Development that outlines a selection of the extensive research which underpins them. Compiled by Yvonne Rodney, Guiding Principles of Career Development: Anchored by Evidence lists the eight Guiding Principles with expert quotes and references from a cross-section of journals and reports…

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2019

CERIC’s new literature search focuses on climate change and career development

“Green” has been a buzzword in recent years. But what does environmental sustainability mean to career professionals and their clients amid a changing climate? CERIC’s literature search, Climate Change and Career Development, highlights important implications of climate change for the future world of work. Topics covered in the literature search include: Top trends and reports…

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2019

CERIC’s new literature search highlights the role of experiential learning in future-ready careers

The need to effectively bridge the gap between the classroom and the world of work has ignited interest in experiential learning. CERIC’s new literature search, Experiential Learning and Career Development, takes a wide lens to experiential learning or “learning through reflection on doing,” which can include classroom-based learning (eg, case studies, simulations, team work) as…

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2019

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.…

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2019

Post-secondary students with disabilities face gaps in career education services

While there has been progress in advancing inclusion for students with disabilities in Canadian colleges and universities, there is still work to be done to reduce structural barriers, discrimination and alienation from access to career education and work-integrated learning, according to the Final Report of a CERIC-funded project undertaken by the National Educational Association of…

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