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By Anne Markey, CACEE CACEE 2008 National On-Campus Recruitment Conference, June 1-4, 2008 Over 300 delegates joined together in Montreal June 1-4, 2008, to learn from more than forty-five sessions focusing on the post-secondary school to career transition. Despite the damp weather, golfers, walkers and shoppers enjoyed the pre conference social activities.

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Publications + Products

The Decade After High School: A Parent’s Guide Cathy Campbell, Michael Ungar and Peggy Dutton Published by CERIC in collaboration with Resilience Research Centre, School of Social Work, Dalhousie University – 2008 ISBN: 978-0-9687840-7-5

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by Chris Wright CDC Conference 2009 Held in Vancouver on March 3, 4 and 5th. The theme of the latest CDC Conference was Working Local and Shaping Global. This was a tipping of the hat to the Career Development Sector and the influence we exert in shaping the global economy by the work we do…

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The Future is Now

By Di Wright No one can accurately, or consistently predict the future. That said, it is important , like Richard Worzel- known as “The Futurist “(futurist@futuresearch.com), recommends that you have plan B and even C ready to be implemented, especially when it comes to your career.

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Best Practices in e-Service: Online Communities of Practice

By Krista Maydew, MA, GCDF Cassie Saunders, BA Increasingly, we are seeing a trend toward the development and delivery of Internet based e-services.  Although e-services are typically provided directly to clients (e.g., online career management services), there also exists the possibility of providing e-services to practitioners and employers via “communities of practice” or practitioner networks.…

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Choosing the Right Post Secondary Program

By Juliet Wehr Jones, Vice President, Career Key With education costs going up and more people returning to school, the stakes are higher than ever for making a good program choice. Choosing the wrong major or instructional program is inconvenient, expensive, and increases students’ incompletion rate. Fortunately, we know how to help people make a…

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