Phillip S. Jarvis
Location: Dieppe, Canada
Board Position Sought:
- Board member
Career development innovations developed through strategic partnerships for system-wide (province, state, country) implementation
Areas of Work
Development of career exploration, guidance and planning resources for students at all education levels and adults through innovative national and international public-private sector partnerships.
Development of workforce development strategies for communities, regions and countries.International: Has placed or play a lead role in career guidance projects throughout Canada and the United States, and in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Ireland, The Netherlands, France, Germany, Hungary, Australia, New Zealand, and Greece.
Publications or Key Achievements
Authored the CHOICES computer-based career exploration and planning system
Initiated the Canada Career Information Partnership – First National Coordinator
Initiated the Canada WorkinfNET (CanWIN) national Internet Gateway network – First President
Co-authored Canada’s Blueprint for Lifework Designs – National Coordinator
Coordinate content and International partnership development for The Real Game Series
Coordinated the career information and employment counselling component of a 7-year World Bank Employment and Social Protection Project in Turkey (1990-1997)
Coordinated the career information and employment counselling component of an 8-year World Bank and Canadian International Development Agency-funded Employment and Social Protection Project in Romania (1991-1999).
Author of numerous journal articles and papers and regular presenter at national and international conferences.
Has trained several thousand career counsellors and career practitioners in computer-based career guidance and experiential career learning programs, face-to-face and via webinar.
Linda Taylor Secretary General IAEVG