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CERIC's project funding explained

This is a short presentation that outlines the process for project application and funding priorities for the Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling (CERIC).

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You have identified a need and have a project idea
But you’re unsure where to go for support
CERIC provides support for...
Practical & Academic Research
A need drives your project idea...
Granted you have a great idea…now what?
Current Practical & Academic Research Funding priorities
Labour market information
Intersection of diversity and work
Early intervention to assist children's career decision making
Evaluation: impact of policy, programs or career services
Current Professional Development & Ongoing Learning Funding priorities
The impact of social media on how career practitioners are doing their work
New emerging career development theories and career management models
Entrepreneurial education and career development
Who can apply for CERIC Project Partnership support?
What our Project Partners say about working with CERIC?
What are some Project Partnership components?
Development
Delivery
Cost sharing
Intellectual property
Marketing
Individuals
OR
Organizations
Professional Development &
Ongoing Learning
CERIC application process
CERIC staff
reviews letter
If letter needs clarification, applicant is contacted
If letter meets our guidelines, applicant receives email to proceed to stage 2
Proposal is reviewed by staff (and Committee if required)
Applicant may be contacted if proposal needs clarification
CERIC Board reviews proposal upon recommendation from staff
A message from CERIC's
Executive Director
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Need clarification?
Refer to Application FAQs
ceric.ca/application_faq

Peruse our Projects Page
ceric.ca/projects


Download the Letter of Intent
ceric.ca/partnerships

Contact Riz Ibrahim, Vice President & General Manager, at
admin@ceric.ca
STAGE 1:
Letter of Intent Submission
STAGE 2:
Submission of Proposal
It may take 16 weeks or longer to review a proposal
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Reporting, monitoring & evaluation
IP, cash flow & timelines
Deliverables, marketing & dissemination
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Agreement Signing
Impact of disability and/or mental health issues on career development
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