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Be Where Your Peers Will Be—At Cannexus12!

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Canada’s sixth Cannexus conference is about to get underway in Ottawa. Cannexus continues to offer delegates relevant and robust programming. Cannexus12 is no different. Taking place from January 23 – 25 and attracting close to 700 delegates from across the country, the networking component alone is well worth the price of admission. But that is just the beginning! With three world-class keynotes, 100 concurrent sessions and an Exhibitor Showcase, Cannexus is your chance to stay current in the career development field and focus on your own professional development! This issue of The Bulletin gives you a flavour for some of the outstanding presenters you’ll encounter at Cannexus12, including Mark Savickas, Roxanne Sawatzky and Cathy Keates. Visit www.cannexus.ca for more details and to register.

Watch for Results of CERIC’s Survey of Career Service Professionals
CERIC is pleased to announce that findings from its Survey of Career Service Professionals will be presented at the Cannexus12 conference in Ottawa. Over 1,000 members of the career service professional community completed the survey. Please join us at the Cannexus Connections Luncheon on January 24, 2012 as Mario Gravelle, Learning and Innovation Analyst at The Counselling Foundation of Canada, offers an overview of the findings, including demographics of the field, research and professional development issues as well as career competency and mobility. CERIC looks forward to sharing other findings from this research via The Bulletin, ContactPoint and OrientAction throughout 2012!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Study to Look at How Youth Develop Their Career Interests 

A new research project funded by CERIC will help to determine the factors that affect the development of career interests among adolescents and young adults, especially those deemed to be “at-risk”. The project will identify the family, social and environmental factors that influence how children regard future careers and post-secondary education. Research is being undertaken in partnership with the University of Manitoba, University of Winnipeg and Career Trek Inc. Results of the study, Career Exploration: An Application of Social Cognitive Career Theory with At-Risk Adolescents and Young Adults, are expected to be available in 2013. Visit the Projects page at www.ceric.ca to learn more.
Updated Literature Searches Available

Are you working on a project or doing research? Then be sure to check out CERIC’s recently updated and expanded Literature Searches on various topics:Career Development Theory and Career Management Models

  • Career Practitioning with Social Impact
  • Early Intervention Career Development for Children
  • Evaluation of Career Services
  • Generational Conflict in the Workplace
  • Impact of Career Development
  • Impact of Social Media on Career Counselling
  • Learning Disabilities in the Workplace
  • Mental Health Issues in the Workplace
  • Women in Non-Traditional Careers

Visit www.ceric.ca and click on Funding.

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