NICEC journal goes open access – Adventures in Career Development

God NICEC Diary Access is now open. For those of you unfamiliar with the journal, this is an open-ended, multidisciplinary journal dedicated to theory, practice, and career research.

Career theory, policy, research and practice

– Support for diverse needs and groups of service users, and issues related to equality

It has been operating since 2000 and as part of making it an open access, NICEC has put all previous issues in the public domain. This means you can now access archives Out of 48 career research issues.

To give you a taste of the kind of things you can find in a diary, why not go back to the first issue where you can find Mark Savikas Dan in Need Learned-practitioner modelJean Guichard and Christine Rieu Fichot are researchers The connection between context, finitude, theory and innovative practice Or Becky Francis examines Careers aspirations of girls in school.

Or you can fly forward 22 years to the latest issue and read me talking about covidElsa R. Olaro and Emma Bulger look on Career development needs of single parentsOr Vaidehi Ranavaya considering how to do Decolonization of career guidance.

In between you will find a treasure trove of material inspired by the last 22 years of career development, research, theory and practice policies. Enjoy diving in!

Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counseling

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