CACEE is the only national organization whose members are committed to the successful post-secondary school to career transition. We're unique in that both career services professionals who work with students and the recruiters who ultimately hire those students are members of the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers. A national non-profit partnership, our mission is to provide authoritative information, advice, professional development opportunities and other services to employers, career services professionals, and students.
CACEE's purpose is to help career services professionals and employers succeed in their work. CACEE membership includes personal and professional benefits for you as well as benefits for your industry and community.
- Personal development through leadership opportunities on National and Regional Boards, as well as various committees
- Access to strong professional networks and professional development opportunities
- Local and national networking opportunities that allow you to get to know colleagues/competitors at various universities for easier planning of on-campus activities and to discover best practices in place
- Financial benefits, such as reduced costs at CACEE events and professional development opportunities, reduced registration fee for career fairs to CACEE members at some institutions
- Access to career fair calendar to assist in planning travel and timing
- Continuous support from the Association
- Member feedback directs the work of Committees and the National Board of Directors
- Access to the latest information relevant to post secondary recruitment in Canada
- Networking opportunities at Regional & National Conferences, Webinars, and other PD Events
- A membership discount to the CACEE Career Educator Certificate Programs & Campus Recruiter Certificate Programs
- A membership discount to the CACEE National Conference
- Access to:
Community and Industry Benefits
- The opportunity to volunteer with our Association on a Committee or Board to gain valuable professional development experience, as well as to contribute to your community of experts.
- Click here for more information regarding volunteering.
- The ability to have a voice in national dialogue about issues related to post-secondary school to career transition.