We are pleased to present the first issue of Careering magazine! Published by the Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling (CERIC), this is a resource by and for career development professionals in Canada. Careering will be distributed in both a print and digital format three times a year and includes select content in French.

Careering replaces the ContactPoint and OrientAction Bulletins, newsletters from CERIC that have become staples in the Canadian career development community over the past 15 years. Thanks to our CERIC Editorial Committee, our contributors, our advertisers and our publishing partner, Market Zone Productions for helping to make Careering happen!


(And the other newsletters from CERIC.)

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This Is Not Yesterday’s Economy: Internationally educated professionals face significant challenges transitioning into the Canadian job market

Transitioning from Military to Civie Street

The Plight of the Trailing Spouse: Creating a Life/Career Without Borders

The Evolution of Distance Learning – My Personal Reflection

TECHNOLOGY: The Workstory Project

Canadian Career Service Professionals: How They Differ by Sector

Back to Work Through Self-Employment

[Online Exclusive] The Challenge of Getting References

[Online Exclusive] Coaching Trailing Spouses – Helping Hannah reach for the stars!

[Online Exclusive] Moving Beyond Borders

Editor’s Letter

THEORY CORNER: The Need for ‘Positive Uncertainty’ in the Globalization Era

Hot Sites: Remote and Self-Employment

Career Briefs

Calendar of Events

BOOK REVIEW: The Panic Free Job Search

10 Questions for Tannis Goddard

[Online Exclusive] BOOK REVIEW: Emotional Fitness Coaching

[Online Exclusive] THEORY CORNER: Pasture-izing One’s Career Path

To submit an article, please note our submission guidelines and send your article to: contactpoint@ceric.ca

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