Are you a guardian, educator or counsellor, or a career advisor? Discover valuable resources to help your clients, students, children, and the people in your community as they plan and achieve their career goals. Check out additional resources for specific audiences and careers to inspire and motivate!
Parents and Families
Career Coaching Your Teens: A Guide for Parents
Resources for Parents: Help Your Children Plan Careers
As a parent, you can help your child make career choices by offering your knowledge and experience. But your child may need more information. Use these resources to help your them make the most of their career options.
Educators and Counsellors
CAREERinsite: A Guide for Career Counsellors and Educators
Low Literacy Resources for Career Advisors
If you offer career planning help to adults with low literacy or English language skills, these resources can help.
Making career decisions can be challenging. These resource from across Canada can help you plan your career.
Employment Counselling for Clients Facing Traditional Gender Issues
Employment Counselling for Ex-Offenders
Employment Counselling for Indigenous Persons
Employment Counselling for Persons With Disabilities
These interactive worksheets, including exercises, quizzes, and checklists, are tools that help you plan your career, look for work, explore education, succeed at work, and more. Convenient and easy to fill out, answers can be saved, printed, or emailed.
Are you a youth trying to make it on your own? Have you had children's services status or been in care? These resources can help you become independent.
Do you have a genuine interest in young people and want to teach? Are you also interested in media, information technology or the trades? Then you may want to instruct yourself to become a career and technology studies teacher.
Do you like meeting people and learning about their interests? Do you get excited by the idea of inspiring people to make education and career choices? Then becoming a career development professional may be the inspiration you are looking for.
Are you passionate about helping adults learn and achieve their goals? Do you have good oral and written communication skills? Then becoming a college, technical, or vocational instructor may fit your own career aspirations.