As a part of the continuing celebrations of CERIC’s 10th anniversary in 2014, we are pleased to present a series of FREE webinars with some of our project partners, offering updates and insights in key areas of career development research.
CERIC is pleased to announce support for the Hope-Centred Career Interventions project . Led by Tannis Goddard, Dr Norman Amundson, Dr Spencer Niles and Dr Hyung Joon Yoon, the project is a follow up to an earlier CERIC-funded exploratory project on the
CERIC’s most recent literature search explores Qualitative Assessment Techniques for Career Counsellors. Assessment is an important part of career counselling, however, until recently, assessment has taken a mainly quantitative approach. New resources are now being developed to focus on the qualitative side of assessment.
The Cannexus15 Early Bird deadline is fast approaching on November 3! Now is the ideal time to register to get the discounted rate of $475.
The Fall 2014 edition of Careering magazine is out and the theme is “Disruptive Ideas.” This issue is full of ideas that will make you think:
If you are a full-time graduate student whose focus is career development or a faculty member working with full-time grad students in career counselling or a related field, then you want to know about the CERIC Graduate Student Engagement Program (GSEP).
CERIC’s most recent literature search focuses on a meta-analysis approach to understanding career development . Meta-analysis bring together results from various studies to identify patterns or points of difference. This literature search aggregates articles that look at the success or failure of career interventions.