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
Are you working on a project or doing research? Then be sure to review CERIC’s newly updated and expanded Literature Searches on various topics:
CERIC is pleased to announce that findings from its Survey of Career Service Professionals will be presented at the Cannexus12 conference in Ottawa. Thank you to the more than
Just a quick reminder…
The early entry deadline for Inspiring Approaches to First Nations, Métis and Inuit Learning is quickly approaching. Enter by December 7th and you will be eligible to win an Early Entry Award of $500.
Maybe you have a dream about wilderness skills training, or you have come up with a new approach to early childhood learning; perhaps you have designed a distance mentoring program, or have a new way to bring music to your school, or developed an approach to career and workplace training tailored for Aboriginal people. As long as your focus is learning, inside or outside the classroom, we want to hear about it!
CERIC is delighted to announce that over 800 members of the career service community have completed its online survey delving into sector-related research and education issues
The Canadian Journal of Career Development presents the latest multi-sectoral research in the field.
Highlights of the most recent edition include: