Career Week - North America

In early November, we collaborate to amplify how career development changes everything. Using the hashtag #Amplifier2023 over social media, we invite you to share the impact of career development and how it changes everything.

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Career Month Around the Globe

Canada Career Month partners with other North American organizations during Career Month. Check it out, and get involved!

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Career Month Featured Resources

Get Hired In Tough Times with Joy Cohen

So you’re life feels like it’s crashing around you, and suddenly … you’re fired. You’re let-go, or the company you work for dissolves. How do you get a job that pays the bills, and keeps you moving forward during tough times? Joy Cohen has got just the book to get you started.

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Longevity and the Future of Work with Lisa Taylor

Lisa Taylor from the Challenge Factory and co-author of the new book “The Talent Revolution”, talks with Jen about what longevity means when it comes to the world of work.

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What Role Do You Play in your Career with Marc Miller

Marc Miller describes what it is like to be conscious of the role he plays in his own career transitions, especially after a long and storied career at one company. He and Jen Fraser talk about what it means to find yourself in transition in today’s fluctuating economy.

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A Career In Your Suitcase with Colleen Reichrath-Smith

Feeling as though you’re the only introvert in the world? Gabriela Casineanu sees you, and wants you to know that there are so many incredible and awesome things about you that give you the edge in your career.

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Authoring Your Story with Daisy Wright

What do you do when you’re feeling despondent and alone? Find a Cheif Encouragement Officer to help you out! Daisy Wright chats with Jen about what it means to truly be supportive to another person through career transitions, and how stories help define who you are, and set you apart from the competition.

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thinkAG 30-Day Challenge: Purpose Driven Careers Start Here

If you are interested in learning more about the field of agriculture, this may be for you. Agriculture in the Classroom Canada (AITC-C) created this Career Month Calendar for teachers to use throughout the month of November to educate students on careers in Agriculture. What a fantastic challenge! Interesting in challenging people to learn about…

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Opportunities and Optimism with Roberta Neault

Dr. Roberta Neault talks with Jen about what it means to seize opportunities, and to remain hopeful for career success. Her book “Career Theories and Models at Work” includes her own academic research, but don’t let the title fool you! Roberta is generous and personable in her presentation, with so much information to give and share.

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It’s Possible Infographic

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Using Leadership to Get Ahead with Connel and John from Zero2Hired

Take a leadership role in both your work search, and your own career development. Learn how entrepreneurship strategies can help you network, and stand out in a crowd.

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Find Your Community with Maureen McCann

Maureen McCann talks about how she found her way into the field of Career Development, and about how important community building has been to her.

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About Canada Career Month

Calling all career development professionals, career coaches, career educators, teachers, mentors, employers! Whether you attend a local event, host your own, or become a sponsor, contribute to this national celebration of the great work you do in helping people reach their goals and carve out their preferred future.

Each November, Canadians from coast-to-coast-to-coast celebrate the importance of accessing meaningful work and all those that help us in connecting with our preferred futures. Canada Career Month volunteers work to advance the agenda of improving access to career services and education so that all Canadians are better prepared to develop their careers and transition into the emergent labour market.