Explaining your job and career development at the dinner table.
Are you a Career Development Practitioner? CDPs help individuals navigate learning and work transitions across the lifespan.
This webinar series offers insights and practical skills to help you – and those you work with – flourish in the current and future challenging times. Topics include cultivating everyday mindfulness, navigating challenging emotions and managing negative cognitive filters.
IDEAS: Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Anti-Racism Summit
Thursday, November 25, 2021
Dolphin Disabilities Mentoring Day facilitates the pairing of motivated persons with disabilities with businesses that utilize the skills they have or are developing through training.
This year, for Career Month, we’re having a national conversation what’s possible. Whether you’re a student, a Career Development Professional, a parent, or someone who is simply thinking a little bigger about their own career journey, participate in a career conversation this year! (You won’t regret it). To find out what is possible, Career Month
We are growing our team and hiring contractual part-time Regional Trainers to teach our classes both in their communities and virtually.
Are You A Career Development Practitioner? CDPs help individuals navigate learning and work transitions across the lifespan.
Women in Resource Development Corporation (WRDC) invites expressions of interest from individuals who are interested in joining the Board of Directors in the volunteer role of Director.
Neil Squire Society’s Webinar Series
The Neil Squire Society is hosting a series of free webinars this month!
CERIC will be hosting webinar series on a variety of topics this fall.
The YWCA vision is a community where all girls and women are safe, supported and empowered.
Are you new to Canada and part of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community? Are you interested in support and community connections?
This 9-week online program will be starting this fall. For more information or to make a referral reach out to Sherri Tucker.
The Murphy Centre’s SOAR project is in collaboration with Trades NL, ABTEC and NLCA. It is designed to support the academic and employment goals of those training for the skilled trades, as well as employees currently working in the skilled trades.
A 16-week program aiming to reach women, youth, older workers, people with disabilities, Indigenous and other underrepresented groups who may be interested in exploring career opportunities in Software Development and Computer Systems Networking.