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Competitors or Allies CAFCE and CACEE. M oving forward in a competitive market. CAFCE/CACEE working group. Jeela Jones, CAFCE President, 2013/14 Karen Reimer, CAFCE Accreditation Council Jennifer McCleary, CACEE President, 2013/2014 Carol Ann Olheiser, CACEE Member.

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Competitors or allies cafce and cacee

Competitors or AlliesCAFCE and CACEE

Moving forward in a competitive market


Cafce cacee working group
CAFCE/CACEE working group

  • Jeela Jones, CAFCE President, 2013/14

  • Karen Reimer, CAFCE Accreditation Council

  • Jennifer McCleary, CACEE President, 2013/2014

  • Carol Ann Olheiser, CACEE Member


Scope of discussion
Scope of discussion

Over the past several years CAFCE and CACEE have worked collaboratively on a variety of initiatives.

  • Should this end?

  • Or should collaboration become a mutual goal?

  • Are CAFCE and CACEE in competition or are they allies within an ever changing market?

The Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE) and the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE) are two associations that seek to enable student employment.

  • Is there power in partnerships?


What are we going to do today
What are we going to do today?

Review

  • CAFCE and CACEE – similarities and differences

  • CAFCE/CACEE collaboration to date

  • Opportunities and challenges

Discussion

  • Open forum


Why us why now
Why us?Why now?


Cacee
CACEE

Vision:To be Canada's leading authority on the post-secondary school to career transition.

Mission:To advance and support on-campus recruitment and career education by providing: leadership, information, resources and a professional network for:

  • Career Educators - to prepare post-secondary students for a successful transition into their careers;

  • Employers - to attract, recruit and retain the right talent on-campus

  • Number of members = 400

  • Membership = Educators, Employers & Affiliates


Cafce
CAFCE

Vision: To be the voice for post-secondary co-operative education in Canada.

Mission:Our mission is to foster and advance post-secondary co-operative education in Canada.

  • We do this through a national forum of professional co-op practitioners; by establishing national standards and promoting the value of co-operative education; and by delivering opportunities for learning and sharing of best practices.

  • Number of members = 541

  • Membership = Directors, Co-op coordinators, a few employers


Volunteerism is it sustainable
Volunteerism – is it sustainable?

CACEE

(12 committees)

  • National Board – 12

  • Ontario Regional Advisory Board – 13

  • Atlantic Regional Advisory Board – 6

  • Quebec Regional Advisory Board – 5

  • Canada West Regional Advisory Board – 11

  • Communications Committee – 4

  • Awards & Recognition Committee – 10

  • Diversity – 5

  • Education – 2

  • Ethics – 5

  • Performance – 4

  • Business School – 1 TOTAL = 78

CAFCE

(8 committees)

  • National Board – 17

  • PR & Communications Committee – 5

  • Nominations and Awards – 3

  • Co-op Student of the Year Awards Selection Committee – 8

  • International Committee – 22

  • PD Committee – 9

  • Research Committee – 12

  • Membership Committee – 4

    TOTAL = 80


History of j oint i nitiatives
History of joint initiatives

  • CAFCE/CACEE Conference presentation overlaps

  • Christine Arsenault, Past-President of CAFCE and Jennifer McCleary, President of CACEE meeting

  • Invitation CACEE Executive Director to speak at CAFCE AGM 2013

  • CAFCE President guest editing CACEE Career Options Magazine 2014


New joint initiatives
New joint initiatives

December 2014

CACEE Year End PD Event – will include some Co-op programming

June 2015

CACEE Ottawa EWO will be organizing 1-day of Co-op programming

Current

CAFCE/CACEE events calendar

We are identifying key dates/activities to build on each other’s programming


Challenges in today s education sector
Challenges in today’s education sector

  • Shrinking college/university budgets for membership in professional associations along with limited attendance at conferences and PD events

  • Membership overlap

  • Fragile volunteer base – seems to be the same people volunteering and we are facing older, soon-to-retire, volunteer-fatigue, volunteers taking on more than one committee/working group

  • Limited growth in resources: memberships, volunteers, financial, time

What other challenges you have identified?


Trends in today s market
Trends in today’s market

  • Merging of co-op and career offices on campuses

  • Increased emphasis on experiential learning

  • Career education vs. career development (in or outside the classroom)

  • Technology disrupting campus recruitment best practices (ie. employers on-campus at career fairs)

Other trends you have noticed?


Joint opportunities to consider
Joint opportunities to consider

  • Webinars

  • Professional Development Events

  • Conferences

  • Networking

  • Certification

  • Efficiencies

  • Sharing expertise and best practices

  • Re-invigorating interest



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