Canada Career Counselling and The Vanier Institute of the Family have extended the survey deadline for their CERIC-funded project on Maternity Leave Career Transitions to March 31, 2015.
CERIC’s most recent literature search focuses on Persons with Disabilities and Career Development. Career development professionals often work with clients who have a range of disabilities and issues in finding meaningful employment. According to a 2012 Government of Canada survey, 13.7% of Canadian adults have a disability that limits their daily activities.
With a record 750+ attendees, the Cannexus15 National Career Development Conference brought together career development professionals from across Canada and beyond to exchange information and explore innovative approaches in the field.
Our popular Career Development Matters t-shirts are available once again, now in orange! The shirts are intended to raise awareness of career development and start conversations about its value in schools, workplaces and neighbourhoods.
Now available, the latest edition of The Canadian Journal of Career Development (Volume 14, Issue 1) explores social justice competencies for practitioners, narrative approaches to career guidance, the role of hope in vocational identity, and the transition to retirement for emergency services workers.
Career Crafting the Decade After High School: Professional’s Guide dispels the “Career Myth” that those in their late teens and 20s should follow a linear, predictable route from high school to post-secondary training, and then on to permanent, full-time jobs. Straightforward and accessible, the guide provides practical counsel and effective tools that professionals can use…