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See You at Cannexus, January 24 – 26

Cannexus 2011 is the place to be to discuss hot topics in career development, learn from key career theorists and challenge current thinking around personal and professional development! Choose from over 100 great sessions, three Canadian and internationally respected keynote speakers, Exhibitor showcases and many networking opportunities including receptions and “Cannexus Connections”. Cannexus discount hotel rooms are going fast so we encourage you to reserve your guest room now!
This issue of The Bulletin gives you a taste of Cannexus 2011 with articles by presenters Leigh Anne Saxe, Betty Woodman, Barbara Smith, Tami Ali and Lynn Fraser. To learn about our other presenters and events, and to register, visit www.cannexus.ca.

Professional Development Resources for Career Practitioners

ContactPoint provides a new online listing of professional associations and networks specifically for career practitioners. Compiled by George Brown Career and Work Counsellor Program student, Laura Henshaw, this information will help you source organizations in your province, as well as nationally and internationally, for your own career development. Visit “Associations and Networks” in our Networking section.
Help us build this resource. If you participate in such an organization and do not see it listed here, please contact us at contactpoint@ceric.ca

Fostering Resilient Leaders

CERIC is pleased to announce an upcoming professional development opportunity, Resilient Leadership for Career Development Leaders. Informed by positive psychology, the training event will be facilitated by organizational consultants Louisa Jewell, Shannon Polly and Cystal Dolliver. Read more about this new CERIC Partnership Project in this issue of The Bulletin and watch www.ceric.ca for updates.

CERIC Graduate Student Engagement Program

CERIC is now accepting applications to our 2011 Graduate Student Engagement Program. An article by Barbara Smith, participant of last year’s program, is featured in this issue of The Bulletin. Winners of CERIC’s Graduate Program Award, which provides two students with free registration to Cannexus and $2000 to cover expenses to attend, will be announced at the conference. For more information about the program, visit www.ceric.ca.

 

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