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Still time to book to attend the Careers 50/50 conference

Excellent opportunity to celebrate 50 years of world-leading careers research, innovation and support.

Adventures in Career Development

There are still places available to book onto the Careers 50/50 conference.

On 14 -15 July, CRAC, is celebrating its 50th anniversary by hosting a major careers event in partnership with NICEC (the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling) www.crac.org.uk/5050. The event will celebrate the work undertaken by CRAC, Vitae and Professor Tony Watts, co-founder of CRAC and Director of NICEC,1975-2001 over the last 50 years.

CRAC was set up in 1964 to improve the quality of careers work and career support in schools and to act as a link between the worlds of education and of work. NICEC was for many years a research and development organisation supported by CRAC ran its first project supporting transitions of doctoral researchers to industry in 1968. Over the last 50 years, CRAC has led a wide-ranging set of innovations in connecting students, researchers and employers, careers information and learning.

The celebratory event will reflect on the…

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Free copies: Evaluating the impact of career management skills module and internship programme within a university business school

Adventures in Career Development

I’ve recently published an article entitle Evaluating the impact of career management skills module and internship programme within a university business school in the British Journal of Guidance and Counselling.

I’m able to give away 50 free views of the article. So if you don’t work in a university and would like to engage with our research follow the link to pick up your free copy. First come, first served

I want my free copy of “Evaluating the impact of career management skills programme”

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