Canadian Research Working Group
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The Canadian Research Working Group for Evidence-Based Practice in Career Development (CRWG) was formed to address two important issues in the field of career development:

  • Increase pan-Canadian sharing of research and promising practices, with an emphasis on sharing French and English research;
  • Strengthen the overall evidence-base for career development practice with an emphasis on informing policy.

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The CRWG is a unique coalition of Francophone and Anglophone researchers from six Canadian universities (University of Victoria, University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, University of Calgary, Université Laval and Université de Sherbrooke) committed to proving of the impact of career development programs and services. Members of the CRWG are independent researchers who collaborate on common projects and engage in distinct and related research projects separate from the CRWG.Members of the CRWG also form collaborative partnerships with international researchers.

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The CRWG formed to work towards building a framework to demonstrate that what career development practitioners do works. This site contains research reports and fact sheets that document impacts and can be used to demonstrate to funders, clients and managers the value of investing in career development programs and services.

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