What's New > Upcoming Webinar - Jan 11/23 => Career Work in Action: Guiding Principles of Career Development for Post-Secondary Students, presented by Dr. Candy Ho
Join your colleagues from around the globe as CACEE presents:
a part of the 2023 International Network of Employers and University Career Centres (INEUCS) Webinar Series
This immersive and interactive webinar is a great way to kickstart your professional development in 2023 by exploring and reflecting on the 8 Guiding Principles of Career Development (developed by CERIC).
This session is a CACEE member benefit and available at no cost to all active members of the association.
Register today via the Events page on the INEUCS website. The session will also be recorded and shared with all registered participants.
You will be prompted to login as a part of the registration process- please use the following credentials (*Note* these have been updated for 2023):
INEUCS also hosts a blog featuring thought leadership from professional associations like CACEE from all over the world. Be sure to check it out - it's free for CACEE Members and can be accessed using the same credentials as the INEUCS webinar.
We look forward to having you join the session on January 11th!!
Dr. Candy Ho is honoured to be named the recipient of the 2022 Rob Shea Research Award by the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE). She is the inaugural Assistant Professor, Integrative Career and Capstone Learning in the University of the Fraser Valley in British Columbia where she teaches courses that help students consider their educational and life experiences, and how these experiences can help them achieve their short- and long-term goals, ultimately helping them design the life they want to live. She also holds teaching positions in Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Educational Studies department and in Douglas College’s Career Development Practitioner Program. Candy currently serves as Board Chair of CERIC, a Canadian charitable organization that advances education and research in career counselling and career development, in order to increase the economic and social well-being of Canadians.