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Career Professionals of Canada is the national association for career practitioners.
We are a member-run, volunteer-driven social enterprise.
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Career Professionals of Canada is a uniquely Canadian not-for-profit association. We are the leading member-run, volunteer-driven social enterprise in Canada. Our members support clients in all provinces and territories, from coast to coast to coast. CPC members:

  • Help people successfully navigate work, learning, and life transitions.
  • Are coaches, counsellors, educators, consultants, assistants, coordinators, specialists, writers, administrators, managers, and executives.
  • Work in universities and colleges, government organizations, non-profit services, and private sector businesses.
  • Guide clients in career development, work-life coaching, interview coaching, employment consulting, and résumé writing.

If you strive to help people through their career journey, we invite you to join us. We are an inclusive national association for aspiring and expert career professionals. No matter what experience or education you hold, you have a home with us. Join us now:

By joining Career Professionals of Canada you are making an investment in your personal and professional development. You'll increase your connections, enhance your expertise, and raise your visibility. We'll help you gain contacts, credibility, and credentials in our profession.

We're working together for your career success!

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Career Professionals of Canada News Feed

Purposeful Kindness, Meaningful Gifts, and New Beginnings for CPC

On July 1, 2004, I founded Career Professionals of Canada (CPC) with a big dream. I hoped to develop a national association that would support career professionals from coast-to-coast-to-coast. On Canada Day 2022 we were thrilled to re-introduce CPC as a not-for-profit corporation. This December will mark the start of…

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Members Matter! Meet Lori Jazvac

Lori Jazvac is an award-winning Master Certified Résumé Strategist (MCRS), Certified Career Transition Coach and Employment Strategist, author, career storyteller, and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioner. She embarked on a career restructuring in 2013, which sparked the launch of her own entrepreneurial venture, Creative Horizons Communications, a one-stop Halton, Ontario-based holistic career…

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Why You Need to Join Career Professionals of Canada

2023 is just around the corner. Are you prepared to challenge yourself next year–or right now—as a career professional? Since 2004, Career Professionals of Canada (CPC) has continued to inspire practicing and aspiring career professionals. Whether you’re a coach, counsellor, educator, consultant, assistant, coordinator, specialist, writer, administrator, manager, or executive…

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Commemorate Remembrance Day

The poppy is the symbol of Remembrance Day. On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month we observe two minutes of silence for the members of our armed forces who died in service to Canada. November 11, 2022, 11:00 am.              …

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Members Matter! Meet Britt-Mari Sykes

Britt-Mari Sykes PhD is a Career Counsellor and founder of Canvas Career Counselling. Based in Ottawa, Britt-Mari works online, which gives her the opportunity to collaborate with clients of varying ages and stages of life and career from across Canada. Drawn to career counselling by a fascination with the personal life-long…

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Pricing Strategies for Your Career Services

Are you torn about how to price your career services? Are you afraid of pricing too low or too high and ending up frustrated? Pricing is a delicate issue that many practitioners struggle with when it comes to offering career services to the public. I would like to share some…

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