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Career Services snags national award


Career Services snags national award
Career Services has received the 2009 Educational Institution Recognition Award from the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE). The award is handed out each year to one educational institution that has shown exemplary support and contribution to CACEE at a national level.
The award shows that Queen’s Career Services is a leader in its field, says director Paul Smith, and such recognition by peers is especially valuable. The innovative work coming out of the department, he continues, is a major contribution to how business is done in Canada.
Queen’s has been associated with CACEE for more than 30 years, and its contributions have been significant. Staff members have made national and regional conference presentations, served on the board and in various committees, and the university has hosted two national conferences.
Representatives from Career Services accepted the award on behalf of their team at CACEE’s national conference in Vancouver last week.

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