Have you ever attended a conference session and thought, “I could do that”? If you’ve got knowledge to share, consider submitting a call for proposals or papers for a conference in 2019.
Call for proposals due: Jan. 11, 2019
Conference: May 26-29, 2019 | Halifax, NS
The CACEE National Conference is an annual event that brings together employers and career educators from Canada, U.S. and abroad who are engaged in supporting the successful transition from post-secondary studies to career. The theme of this year’s conference is Influencers and Disrupters: Innovating the postsecondary career transition. Presentations must expand and enhance the body of knowledge surrounding career education, experiential learning and talent acquisition/management as it relates to post-secondary school-to-career transition.
International Career Research Conference 2019 (Nordic Research Network on Transitions, Career and Guidance)
Call for papers due: Feb. 1, 2019
Conference: Oct. 23-24, 2019 | Copenhagen, Denmark
This conference is focused on critical perspectives on agency and social justice in transitions and career development. It seeks to bring together researchers from different disciplines interested in interdisciplinary and critical approaches to the ways in which we understand and work with transitions, social justice and agency in professional practices targeting young people and adults. Submissions of scientific papers or posters are invited.
Call for proposals due: Feb. 21, 2019
Conference: Oct. 20-23, 2019 | Louisville, Kentucky
The 43rd NACADA Annual Conference offers outstanding opportunities for professional advisors, peer mentors, faculty advisors, administrators and graduate students to share best practices, engage in scholarly research, and network. This year’s theme is “In Their Corner: Advising Students to be the GREATEST!” Proposals are welcomed that demonstrate how advisors and advising administrators support students to be “their greatest,” including teaching students how to be successful in planning to meet their academic, career and personal goals.
Call for proposals due: Feb. 28, 2019
Conference: May 23-24, 2019 | Vancouver, BC
Proposals are encouraged on topics including: automation, outsourcing and the the future of work; multicultural diversity, challenges and opportunities; career and parenthood; working with clients with mental illness; psychological self care for career practitioners; #metoo and #timeisup effect; and wage equality. The workshop length should be from 60 to 90 minutes.
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