The latest issue of the NICEC journal is now out!
It looks like a fantastic one and features the following.
- Editorial – Phil McCash
- Virtual truths: a citizen’s-voice view on Ireland’s public employment service – B. Grace Meadows
- A professional identity for career guidance practitioners? – John Gough
- Fog in the channel – continent cut off. The implications of Brexit for career guidance in the UK – Tristram Hooley
- Resources and readiness: the graduate capital perspective as a new approach to graduate employability – Michael Tomlinson, Hazel McCafferty, Helen Fuge and Kathryn Wood
- Group guidance – is it time to flock together? – Susan Meldrum
- Experiential work-based learning as a social mobility mechanism for widening participation students – Rachel Roberts, Laura Brammar and Fiona Cobb
- Disney strategy for Japanese university students’ career guidance: a mixed methods pilot study – Yasuhiro Kotera and David Sheffield
- Meditation on motherhood: multiple-identity negotiations within a changing sense of self – Ananda Geluk
- BOOK REVIEW. Graduate Employability in Context: Theory, Research and Debate, edited by Michael Tomlinson and Leonard Holmes – reviewed by Gill Frigerio
Don’t matter how you get it, just get it if you can.