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ContactPoint Merges with CERIC


ContactPoint has merged with the CERIC (Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling). For a number of years, ContactPoint has operated as a program of CERIC and we are now formalizing this relationship. We are very excited about this development and are confident that it will ensure that the services we have provided to you in the past will continue into the future.


CERIC is a charitable organization dedicated to advancing education and research in career counselling and career development within Canada. CERIC’s mission includes the support of professionalism in the career and work search counselling field, with a focus on staff development,curriculum development, and applied research.


We hope that you will avail yourself of the services that CERIC provides. Note that CERIC accepts Partnership Project Applications from individuals and organizations for career counselling related research, learning and professional development projects. Those seeking a partnership are encouraged to submit a brief Letter of Intent with an outline of the project. For more information on current funding priorities, application procedures and other CERIC projects, please visit



Meet You at the MarketPlace


Visit ContactPoint’s MarketPlace to purchase great career development resources. All books are published and distributed through CERIC.


Blogger Central


Be sure to check out ContactPoint’s popular blogs. Our bloggers are: Mark Franklin, Practice Leader and Radio Host; Dr. John-Paul Hatala, Professor, HR Education/Workforce Development; and Melissa Macfarlane, Development Coach.


Some highlights from the past month:

To access our blogs, follow the Blogger Central link.


ContactPoint has a New Phone Number


You can now reach us at: 416.929.2510 x34. Our old number — 416.929.9668 — will not be in service after August 1, 2010.

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