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Career educators

Self-Care & Career Counselling: Finding Balance Between Taking Care of Clients and Yourself

Kaitlin SchillingBlogs


Work as a career development practitioner can be overwhelming and stressful at times. We hear it all the time: self-care is important, but what is it and how can we best practice it? self-care/ ,self’ker/noun the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one’s own health“autonomy in self-care and insulin administration”the practice of taking an active role in protecting … Read More

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Easy as 1, 2, 3…: Breaking Down the Career Planning Process

Kaitlin SchillingBlogs


Career planning can be stressful. But with Set Your Course, it doesn’t have to be. At Campus Manitoba, we know that choosing a career is not an easy task. According to Career Development Manitoba, career planning is “a lifelong process that focuses on making choices to help you manage your work and personal life. Good career planning requires information about … Read More

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Cannexus19 conference wrap-up: What we learned about career counselling

Carley McDougallBlogs, Conference Wrap Up


Career planning is one of the most difficult tasks students face during their post-secondary education, and here at Campus Manitoba, we’re always looking for new ways to help support students in this crucial step. Three members of our Campus Manitoba team (Kim Grenier Mintenko, Carley McDougall, and DawnDena Gordon) recently visited Ottawa to attend Cannexus19, Canada’s largest bilingual career development … Read More

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