Each week, CERIC is on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are four reports that we found interesting this week:
This report examines a project sponsored by WLU and CapacityCanada, Transforming Social and Non-Profit Experiential Learning, with the purpose of enhancing Laurier students’ experiential learning opportunities in the non-profit sector. The project set out to establish the competencies required by graduates to succeed in the non-profit sector, the present challenges and the types of experiences the sector requires to be innovative in creating change.
Input to Impact provides a common definition for success and a framework for measurement that can be used to plan and target STEM talent investments for greater impact, and measure progress toward goals. For those already engaged in STEM talent investments, this report provides a framework to assess the impact of existing work and improve returns.
Earnings of immigrants and children of immigrants in official language minority populations (Statistics Canada)
The results of this study showed that the earnings of immigrants who arrived between the ages of 15 and 59 are lower than those of the children of immigrants and of people from the third generation or higher, both in Quebec and in the rest of Canada. This study also showed that in Canada outside Quebec, the French-speaking population had economic outcomes that were comparable with or better than the English-speaking population.
This document features 35 long-term recommendations that strive to transform every facet of the Ontario education system. This includes recommendations on the careers curriculum and experiential learning.
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