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Canada Career Month

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Date(s) - 01/11/2016 - 30/11/2016
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The Canadian Council for Career Development (CCCD) is organizing the first ever Canada Career Month in November. The theme is “Career Development Matters and Everyone has a Role to Play.”
 
Each week has a focus that will help you plan events, activities and workshops:
Week 1– Individuals and their community: What are individuals in your community doing to help Canadians find meaningful work?
Week 2– Employers of all sizes: How can you engage employers to get involved and be part of this national discussion?
Week 3 — Education from K-12 to Postsecondary: What are your schools, communities and employers doing to help youth with career planning?
Week 4 — Government and agencies: What can governments, at all levels, do to ensure meaningful work for all Canadians?
 
Suggested Activities
• Host an event – a job fair, networking session, workshop, or trade show
• Add a panel or keynote to your AGM or conference programming
• Take part in local media appearances
• Devote a PD Day to Career Development within your organization
• Write an article on career management in your newsletter or blog
• Post a video with your stories about what’s happening in your community for Canada Career Month
 
To see what’s happening nationally, visit http://careermonth.ca. Follow Canada Career Month on twitter @careermonth and Facebook www.facebook.com/CCMSCC

1 Comment

  1. Victoria (Vicky) Driver
    October 5, 2016, 1:07 pm   / 

    CCM begins in less than a month and I have yet to see any calendar of activities. Options 45 at the Kerby Centre in Calgary is hoping to host an event about a new book on the topic of looking for work in the Alberta Downturn, We perceive that the CCM promotion was announced on short notice but it seems as if it should be in the nature of career service providers to be able to turn on a dime and get something together on short notice.

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