CPC Communications Team
Do you have Canadian Career News to share?
Contributing to Career Professionals of Canada’s communications team is an excellent opportunity to “give back” to Canada while building your own credibility as a career professional and a leader in your field.
If you are an avid blogger or if you are a career practitioner with some great tips and tricks or ideas you’d like to share with your colleagues, this may be the role for you. Here's how you can contribute an article.
- Cathy Milton – CPC Communications Team Lead & Managing Editor
- Sharon Graham – CPC Executive Director & Communications Coordinator
- Carrie Wakeford – Website Content Validator
- Andrew Chalmers – Regular Contributor – Content Writer
- Lori Jazvac – Regular Contributor – Content Writer
- Giselle Mazurat – Regular Contributor – Content Writer
- Maureen McCann – Regular Contributor – Content Writer
- Nel Slater – Regular Contributor – Content Writer
- Tanya Kett – Regular Contributor – Content Writer
As a CPC News Contributor, you will provide relevant, timely, interesting and informative articles geared towards career professionals.
We welcome original content. Posts must be leading-edge; we primarily post informative content that is hard to find elsewhere. Content should be related to Canadian resume, interview, employment, and/or career strategy.
Your writing needs to be article-quality with fully proofed content – Canadian English grammar and spelling. We reserve the right to edit your posts as needed.
No sales pitches are allowed within your posts, but each post will link to your author profile for enhanced visibility.
We welcome news features, press releases, and other articles. We prefer topics related to résumé, interview, employment, and career strategy in the Canadian labour market and directed to career professionals.
If you are a CPC member, we’ll link your article back to your CPC member profile, which you can edit to include all your contact information, including a link to your website.
All CPC members are welcome to contribute news articles for publication. However, only regular news contributors are listed here.
Do you have a way with words? A strong grasp of proper grammar and punctuation? If so, we would like to offer you the opportunity to get a sneak peek at the Career Connections newsletter before anyone else.
Responsibilities & Commitment:
Your commitment in this volunteer position will require your discerning eyes to review and edit the latest issue of Career Connections on a weekly basis.
The CPC website is the core of our virtual services and we are dedicated to making sure that the content is appropriate, spelling and grammar are correct, and that the structure is user-friendly. This volunteer role will allow you to support CPC while gaining a deeper understanding of our services, programs, and resources.
Responsibilities & Commitment:
Your time commitment in this volunteer role will require your regular visits to the site to review pages and suggest changes to content to ensure that they meet our standards.
We’re working together for YOUR success!