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Acadia University – Career Services

Get your resume and cover letter reviewed by a professional to assure you’ll find the job you’re looking for! We also provide networking sessions with all manner of organizations, both large and small, to ensure that you, the students, can fully prepare yourselves for the career you want.

Cape Breton University – Student Services

Health services, counseling services, financial aid guidance, writing development support, disability needs and concerns and assistance for international students new to Canada are some of the many things that you many need to sort out and resolve. CBU also has a Chaplain on campus in addition to, international student advisors, academic and career advisors, a financial aid advisor, a clinical social worker, a full-time nurse and a part-time physician.

Career in Gear

Career in Gear is an online experience that uses games to help you learn more about who you are, what motivates you, how to explore occupations and discover NSCC programs which may align to your interests and goals. Follow a series of fun, easy to complete steps to guide you through a career planning process.

Certified Career Development Professional (CCDP)

There are two pathways to a CCDP. The first pathway is to complete a post-secondary training program in career development and the second is to meet an experience criteria. The CCDP was officially launched in 2005. The designation recognizes career development as a specialized field of practice with professional standards. Applications are received on an on-going basis and reviewed monthly.

Charting the Course: Mapping the Career Practitioner Role in Supporting People with Mental Health Challenges

  Supported by a CERIC research grant the Nova Scotia Career Development Association (NSCDA) in collaboration with Neasa Martin & Associates, has developed a province-wide engagement, education and transformation strategy targeting career counsellors, educators and policy planners to share best practices, improve career counselling access and service delivery. Employment success requires addressing the stigma people experience in accessing the services they need to enter, retain their foothold in the workforce, or return to competitive employment after a leave of absence.

Dalhousie University – Frank G. Lawson Career Information Centre

Our Career & Leadership Development team provides support with your employment, volunteer, and career endeavors through Career Advising, Leadership Programs, online job postings & resources, and employer recruitment events. Our services are available for Dal students of all faculties in all stages of their career progression – whether you’re a First Year student looking to earn some extra money or a recent graduate looking for opportunities in your field of study, we can provide resources, advice, and support to assist you on your path.

Human Resources Association of Nova Scotia (HRANS)

HRANS is the professional association for Human Resources in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island and the grantor of the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation in our two provinces. With more than 1,100 members representing more than 550 organizations, HRANS represents a diverse group of Human Resources Professionals and Business Leaders.

Labour Market Bulletin – Nova Scotia: April 2015

This Labour Market Bulletin provides an analysis of Labour Force Survey results for the province of Nova Scotia, including the regions of Annapolis Valley, Cape Breton, Southern, Halifax and North Shore.

Labour Market Bulletin – Nova Scotia: December 2014

The Quarterly Edition of the Labour Market Bulletin is a look back over the past three months, providing an analysis of quarterly Labour Force Survey results for the province of Nova Scotia, including the regions of Annapolis Valley, Cape Breton, Southern, Halifax and North Shore.

Labour Market Bulletin – Nova Scotia: February 2015

This Labour Market Bulletin provides an analysis of Labour Force Survey results for the province of Nova Scotia, including the regions of Annapolis Valley, Cape Breton, Southern, Halifax and North Shore.

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