Topic outline

  • Career Education Coaching

    Spring 2018 Career Education Coaching series
  • Career Education Professional Development

    • Marion Haythorne facilitated two excellent workshops for SD 73. The first was to the Career Education team and the second was to community parents. Highlights of the workshop include the three step approach that she encourages 'coaches' to utilize.

      1. Discover values, interests, and skills

      2. Match the values, interests,and skills with careers

      3. Explore the education needed for the career

    • Cultivating Connections 2019 highlighted keynote speakers Joe Pierre and Holly Clark. Joe Pierre shared the development of his self-awareness and connecting to the community. Holly Clark highlighted the importance of making connections to student interest and the impact of our changing world. Numerous sessions were offered ranging from elementary strategies, assessment approaches, and capstone projects. See CES 2019 Presentation Resource for conference presentations and resources.

      Launch 2018 highlighted keynote speakers Eric Termuende and Roberta Neault; both explored how integral career education is to support students moving into a rapid changing world, the development of soft skills, and the importance of hands on explorations. CES provided numerous learning opportunities ranging from entrepreneurship, embracing the High Five Principles of Career Development, Capstone explorations, and reverse career fairs.

      See for conference presentation resources.

    • Career-Life Education training for the 2018-19 school year.

      • Agendas for the 2018-19 school year
      • Minutes for full day training sessions

    • Career-Life Connections Training Sessions are occurring over two days April 29th 2019 and May 30th 2019. Plus September 17th in the 2019-20 School Year.

      • Minutes for full day training sessions

    • The Southern Interior Career Education Society Regional Meeting started with a local story from Kenthen Thomas, SD 73 Aboriginal Resource Teacher and included informative presentations from Lisa Marshall, Curriculum and Assessment Coordinator, Educational Programs, Ministry of Education and Robin Schooley, WorkSafeBC, Industry Specialist Young and New Worker Program. Prior to this full day session Lee Taal, founder of Chatterhigh,  keynoted on the value of career education.

    • Career Education Training Day 1 - September 17, 2019

      Dinner Theatre #1 - Parents as Career Coaches with Brent Calvert

      Dinner Theatre #2 - Student Pathways with Jan'OBrien, TRU and Talking Toolkit with Katie Neustaeter, Refractions

      Career Education Training Day 2 - March 3, 2020