Welcome to the Saskatchewan Career Development Association Website!
The SKCDA is an inclusive, provincial organization, whose members are committed to providing support and resources to career development practitioners, working in diverse settings around the province.
As a registered non-profit corporation founded in 2015, the SKCDA is steadily growing and achieving new organizational milestones. Dedicated professionals have volunteered their time and efforts to establish the SKCDA, and are the foundation for its continued growth.
If your work is related to career development, or you have an interest in the field, we invite you to consider becoming a member of the SKCDA.
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CERIC WANTS YOU!
CERIC is looking for pitches for the Winter 2020 issue of Careering magazine on the theme of Ethics and Professionalism.
They welcome topic proposals that encompass a range of interpretations of this theme.
Potential areas to explore include: Social justice and career development Dealing with unconscious bias Common ethical dilemmas Technology and social media Confidentiality Referring clients to other services Unethical employer behaviour
Please review CERIC’s submission guidelines and send your article pitch to Editor Lindsay Purchase, email@example.com, by Sept. 30, 2019.
The CareerWise website accepts article pitches on an ongoing basis. They want to hear from people with diverse perspectives and levels of experience, and welcome new ideas, case studies, research results, success stories, challenges and more. Topic areas of interest include, but are not limited to: Future of work Employment trends Strategies for working with clients who face barriers to employment K-12 career education School-to-work transition Career management for older workers Submit a brief outline of your idea to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible for potential fall publication. More details at careerwise.ceric.ca/submissions.
Why write for CERIC? Share new ideas or highlight notable projects, research and practices Contribute to furthering cross-sectoral dialogue and building knowledge in the field Advance your own professional development by demonstrating that you are staying current on what’s happening in career development Connect with Careering and CareerWise readers representing a diverse cross-section of the career development field across Canada
Featured Fall Training: Career Professionals of Canada (CPC)
Make a Difference in your Field and Community by Joining One of Our Committees!
These SKCDA Committees Would Welcome your Unique Talents: • Diversity & Inclusion • Education & Professional Development • Benefits & Resource Development • Communications (Newsletter) • Member Engagement & Expansion
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