The Executive Board of ICCDPP graciously acknowledges the funding and other support provided by CAREERS NEW ZEALAND for its activities in 2016 .
June 21, 2016John McCarthy
Recent research in Ireland on the impact of government cutbacks in investment in career guidance in schools show that students from disadvantaged areas have less chances of receiving guidance support and that schools are increasingly using non-qualified staff to provide career guidance. Read this article from the Irish Times
May 21, 2016John McCarthy
This research report by two economists tracks the career development of two groups of school graduates in terms of the short-term and long-term benefits of early work experience (part-time work while in senior high school, and summer holidays). Short and long -term benefits included higher income and higher employment. ...
September 7, 2014John McCarthy
After much deliberation, the International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy (ICCDPP) has selected a new logo. The logo depicts an abstract design of a compass – an international symbol of navigation and direction. The symbolism of the compass aligns well to ICCDPP’s mission of serving as ...
March 30, 2014Tibor Kovacs