A CERIC-funded project designed to help university career centres better evaluate the impact of their activities has been recognized with a 2012 Outstanding Achievement
An international research team under the leadership of Dr. Norman Amundson (University of British Columbia) and Dr. Spencer Niles (Penn State University) is undertaking a
A new report that has just been completed will assist employment counsellors, job developers and job-seekers in gaining a better understanding of opportunities for
If you are looking for best practice information in career development, two updated literature searches have now been posted to the CERIC web site.
Register now for Cannexus13 and take advantage of our “Super Saver” rate, which offers delegates a savings of over $100 off the regular registration price!
Our new Cannexus13 Opportunities Package is now available online.
The Spring issue of The Bulletin is now out, bringing you the latest career development best practices, information and strategies. The theme is “Spring into Fresh Ideas!”
Winners have now been announced for the Ashoka Changemakers Initiative: Inspiring Approaches to First Nations, Métis and Inuit Learning.
The first CERIC-sponsored Career Development Mini-Forum will examine how to support the growing number of Canadian workers living with chronic illness in a workshop on April
Two books on career centre management are now available for free download from CERIC. Written by Marilyn Van Norman, former Director of the Career Centre at the University of