Canada’s career practitioners are likely to be female and well-educated but only modestly compensated. Many are evaluating the work they do by tracking client satisfaction or
Renowned researcher and educator, Dr Mildred Cahill has been recognized for her work with marginalized groups and distance career counselling with the Etta St John Wileman Award for Lifetime Achievement in Career Development. The highest honour in the profession,
CERIC will be partnering with select associations and organizations across Canada to present a series of ½-day professional development events, beginning in the spring of
An impressive 263 entries have been submitted for the Changemakers Initiative: Inspiring Approaches to First Nations, Métis and Inuit Learning, co-sponsored by The Counselling
Cannexus12 was a resounding success, with a record-breaking attendance and 2.5 days of outstanding learning, networking and community-building. Thank you to all of the
The final deadline to submit an idea or project for Inspiring Approaches to First Nations, Métis and Inuit Learning is quickly approaching. Enter now!
The Winter issue of our quarterly newsletter, The Bulletin, is now out! The theme is “Career Development in the Workplace”. Just some of the highlights in this issue include:
Cannexus12 is the place to be to discuss hot topics in career development, learn from world-renowned career theorists, and challenge current thinking! More than 600 of your
CERIC has begun to partner with leaders in career development to present webinars, as part of our mandate to continue to advance knowledge in the field of career counselling.
A new resource has just been launched to help university career centres improve and expand their evaluation activities – a very hot topic right now. Career Centre Evaluation: A Practitioner Guide (www.ceric.ca/careercentreevaluation) is a customized online resource to help university career centres think about and design