Spring-Summer 2021:
Career Pivots

(And the other newsletters from CERIC.)

Click on the image to read the digital edition of Careering magazine.

Optimizing engagement to pivot effectively

‘Hard to stay motivated’: Strategies to boost client momentum in job search

Book review: Don’t Stay in Your Lane an essential read for career counsellors

Community connections foster K–12 career exploration

Justifying personal breaks in a professional context 

Pandemic pivot perspectives from the class of 2020

Career development helps people and organizations thrive

Client Side: Grade 12 was tough enough. Then the pandemic hit

Developing a change-ready mindset during the pandemic and beyond

7 steps to help clients futureproof their careers

Strategic approaches to international student employment

10 Questions with the Honourable Ethel Blondin-Andrew

Infographic: A path forward – job transition prospects in Canada

Career competencies and skills translation: Helping students prepare for the future of work

How career exploration affects admission and scholarship success

Editor’s note

The Fall 2021 digital-only issue of Careering magazine will be on the theme of “Career Development Reimagined.” We are seeking imaginative ideas, critical reflections and personal stories on shifts we’ve seen in career development and where the field needs to go. Please review our Submission Guidelines and send a 1-2 paragraph proposal outlining your topic idea to Editor Lindsay Purchase, lindsay@ceric.ca, by June 30. New contributors are welcome, and can submit in English, French or both languages. Potential topic ideas include (but are not limited to):

  • Access to career services/resources
  • Advocating for the value of career development (CD)
  • Dealing with loss and unmet expectations in CD
  • Equity and inclusion
  • Hybrid workforce, learning and career services
  • Helping students prepare for future periods of uncertainty
  • Navigating industry collapses
  • Reimagining career mindsets
  • Shifting jobseeker/employee expectations of employers
  • Visions for an ideal model of CD in Canada
  • Work and identity

Views expressed by contributors are not necessarily those of CERIC. Mention of programs, services, products and initiatives is not an endorsement of these items.