A record number of Cannexus attendees
The Cannexus National Career Development Conference brought more than 1,000 participants to Ottawa from Jan. 22-24, 2018 to learn about the career development skills and strategies required for success in the workforce. FULL RECAP
Cannexus presentations and handouts available
All presentations and handouts received from speakers at the Cannexus18 conference have been posted on the Cannexus.ca website. We will continue to add materials as we receive them. If you are a Cannexus presenter, you can send a pdf of your presentation or handouts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
New resources launched at Cannexus
The Cannexus18 conference featured the launch of several new publications based on CERIC-funded research, including:
- Bridging Two Worlds: Supporting Newcomer and Refugee Youth by Dr Jan Stewart and of Dr Lorna Martin of University of Winnipeg
- The Early Years: Career Development for Young Children by Dr Mildred Cahill of Memorial University
- Computing Disciplines: A Quick Guide for Prospective Students and Career Advisors by Dr Janet Miller and Randy Connolly
Cannexus delegates were able to pick up complimentary copies but these valuable resources are now available to all online for free download.
Stay connected on the Cannexus app
App is still live! The popular Cannexus app – downloaded more than 700 times – will remain available until June 2018. Keep connected with Cannexus delegates, presenters and exhibitors, and continue to access all of the amazing content shared in the activity stream.
“Cannexus is a great opportunity for connection to best practices, new concepts, networking opportunities and self-care techniques that can help clients, staff, organizations and communities to better navigate an emerging economy that provides extreme uncertainty. Cannexus felt like being in university with all the joy of learning and no consequence of exams.”