Welcome, members of Association of Career Professional International
Career Buzz shows focused on topics of interest for ACP International members, and related documents are posted on this page.
Friday, February 11, 2011
Guests: Jean Erickson Walker and Bill Pitcher
Global Ambassadors scour the global marketplace for career trends and best practices, and enhance the work of the Institute of Career Certification International.
Friday November 26, 2010
Guests: Svetlana Berger and Minerva Cernia
Careers in Russia. Tips from recruiter for Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa
Friday, October 8, 2010
Guests: Jane Aubriet-Beausire and Per-Olof Eriksson
Related Article: “Breaking the boundaries of careers. A study of the mobility effects of a program for career counseling” By Birgitta Olsson, School of Business, Stockholm University. Online at http://www.sase.org/oldsite/conf2002/papers/f002.olsson.pdf
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Travel as career development? Absolutely. Just ask fund manager, David Creighton.
Wednesday, 22 December, 2010
“Business is an extension of my hobby,” says Montreal native, David Creighton whose passion for travel ultimately led to his present role as founder, president and CEO of Cordiant Capital—a fund management company that administers C$2.4 billion in subscriptions.
What does Creighton have to say about the role of travel in developing your career for the future?
“If you can; do—absolutely.”
Read on and find out about a free teleconference coming up on Jan. 11: “Enriching careers and lives through travel”
Farmer raises eyebrows — and energy. Games make just wanted to help animals
December 24, 2010
Family doc was chef and circus performer. Soprano proves it’s never too late.
December 10, 2011
Jenny Clement is no ordinary family doctor. Jenny left to join the circus when she was done with her first career as a high-end chef. She went to circus school then performed for three years as an Acrobat/Artist, with Cirque du Soleil, in Las Vegas. Wanting a different life, she returned to Canada to finish an undergrad science degree and applied, and got in to, medical school. She’s been a successful physician and health educator since 2006. Continue reading