CERIC will be hitting the road again this spring, travelling to various locations across Canada for a series of networking breakfast meetings, where attendees will be introduced to CERIC’s programs and learn about key findings from the CERIC 2015 Survey of Career Development Professionals.
The field of career development is continuously evolving driven by technological advancements, economic and social changes, and other key influences. It is essential for career professionals to understand what has changed and what is emerging in this field. CERIC’s latest literature search on Trends in Career Development 2011-2016 reviews some highlights from the past five…
Request for Proposals on Insight into Canadian Post-Secondary Career Service Models project launches
CERIC is issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) to establish the importance that publicly funded universities and colleges place on the provision of career development services to their students and to highlight particularly impressive models of career service provision across the country.
The 2016 Summer Skills Academy will feature a special one-day intensive and interactive training opportunity: Constructing Careers in the Digital Age with Mark Savickas. The session will be held Wednesday, July 13 at the CERIC office in Toronto.
CERIC invites individuals or organizations with an interest in presenting at the Cannexus17 National Career Development Conference to submit a brief outline for consideration using the Proposal Form and encourages them to inform colleagues or students of this opportunity.
How career development professionals and their clients can best use social media is the subject of the latest “wiki” to be added to the ContactPoint website. From research to personal branding to networking, the wiki covers the do’s and don’ts of social media across a range of the most popular platforms such as LinkedIn as…
CERIC is offering a free 1-hour webinar to hear the findings of its new 2015 Survey of Career Service Professionals. The online survey was completed by more than 1,000 career professionals across Canada from October 19-November 20, 2015 and provides a snapshot of the country’s career services community.
A detailed breakdown of the 2015 CERIC Survey of Career Service Professionals has been posted online along with an infographic featuring some of the key survey findings. The online survey was completed by 1,004 career service professionals across Canada from October 19-November 20, 2015.
CERIC and the New Brunswick Career Development Action Group (NBCDAG) have partnered on a new webinar series from popular presenter Denise Bissonnette based on her decades of career development experience.
Caregiving is especially challenging when individuals are also engaged in the workplace. The latest literature search from CERIC reviews existing studies related to the impact of caregiving on careers in today’s fast-paced work environment.