Most of my work for CERIC is in content planning and editing, and when I write, it’s usually for social media, marketing or in listicle-style pieces. However, sometimes I get the opportunity to dive deeper to explore topics that matter most to our readers.
Principals Have a Key Role to Play in Unlocking The Impact of Career Education (Canadian Association of Principals Journal)
How COVID-19 is affecting rural communities across Canada (Careering Magazine)
Accessible Experiential Learning: The Key to Student Success in the Future of Work (Career Convergence Magazine)
Resources for Canada’s career professionals navigating COVID-19 (CareerWise) (While this is a listicle, it’s one that I am particularly proud of. Within a week of lockdown, I released this extensively researched resource page to our readers to help them navigate a challenging time, and kept it updated over the next couple of months. I also learned how to code a table of contents with jump links!)
Alzheimer Society of Oxford
I worked as a freelance writer for the Alzheimer Society from 2017-2019, telling the stories of those fundraised and volunteered for the cause to show appreciation for their efforts and encourage more people to get involved. I took care to make each person’s story shine and to understand the meaning behind their contribution, which often derived from a personal connection to the disease.