The following papers and speakers notes were produced for the 2010 career research symposium, which was co-hosted in Wellington with Weltec.
Available papers are listed below:
- Careers resourcing in Decile 9 and 10 state/state integrated and private independent secondary schools in the Auckland region. Catherine Stephens, Director of Career Services, Diocesan School for Girls.
- Career Development Strategies for Artistic and Creative People. Paula Stenberg. Founder of Career Lifestyle and Author of "Write Your Own CV"
- . Claire Stirling-Hawkins, Practice Leader, Central South Area, Career Services.
- 'Reflections on Performance; the Workplace as a Learning Environment' Maggie Roe-Shaw, IntegrityWorks (Employment advice, employee agreements and information products for small businesses in Wellington)
- The Space Between the career practitioner and the client: Supervision in the NZ Career Industry. Lynette Reid and Don Gooder, Lectures, Graduate Diploma in Career Development, AUT.
- The influence of professional standards on New Zealand career development practice. Dale Furbish, Programme Leader Graduate Diploma in Career Development and Master of Career Development, AUT.
- An action research approach using FutureSelves with secondary students. Chhaya Narayan, Careers Advisor, Elim Christian College
- How inclusive is NZ/Aotearoa towards migrants finding work? A small qualitative study into the effects of cultural development of skilled migrants from Asian countries seeking work in New Zealand. Jane Orsman, Career Consultant, Career Services
- Research as transformational practice - how it can all work together. Heather Carpenter, Careerworks Hawkes Bay.
- Possible selves and career transitioning to leadership. Geoff Plimmer and Kris Thurston. Geoff is a Senior Lecturer at Victoria Management School, Victoria University of Wellington and Director, FutureSelves; Kris is a Private Careers Consultant and Leadership Coach in Tauranga.
- High School Muslim Girls, who and what influences their career decision making and career choices and should there be a different approach to this client group in the career educatin and counselling processes in school? Liz Morris, Careers Advisor, Kelston Girls College. (no paper currently)
- Making "do" careers educators, networks, and communities of practice. Paul O'Neil, Researcher, NZER. (awaiting link)