Youth The Future (YTF): Virtual Job-Readiness program will begin on July 27th. In the middle of July, we will be conducting interviews with applicants/referrals.
July 8, 2020 | 9am – 10:30am
Here is our CEC challenge for you: Make Yakety Yak Conversation Cafe sessions a priority in 2020!
This informal 30 minute coffee break is here for you each Monday morning to help you stay connected with colleagues.
Despite vast and ongoing challenges presented by the current global pandemic, Canada’s career and employment services are showing remarkable resilience and innovation as they reimagine their work.
As the next step in its pandemic response plan, Future Skills Centre (FSC) today announces a new $15-million call for proposals for labour market innovations to build resiliency in the face of social and economic shock.
UNESCO, ILO, OECD, ICCDPP, EC, CEDEFOP, and ETF are undertaking a first joint survey to gather information on the impact of COVID-19 on career guidance policies, systems and practices worldwide. These international organisations support policies and systems for career guidance in the education, employment, and community sectors, and support universal access to such services.
CERIC created this page of resources to support you in developing remote career services. Check out the list of past Ceric Webinars.
With millions of Canadians now relying on the CERB for their income, many people are wondering if these benefits should be permanent. Mr. Segal helps us understand what a guaranteed income is—and what it isn’t.
Check out this list of Past Ceric Webinars.
Our goal is to connect Canadian employers with qualified employees who have disabilities.
AXIS assists internationally trained workers to successfully integrate into the Newfoundland and Labrador workforce.
The YMCA Employment, Enterprise, and Newcomer Services delivers services to individuals including youth, students, entrepreneurs, newcomers to Canada.
P.O. Box 21157
St. John's, NL
Canada A1A 5B2