Why and How to Provide Equitable Career Education in Elementary Webinar

Seven Is Too Old

Research shows that by age 7, children are already discounting potential future career paths based on their gender and race. This webinar will explore the issue, and create a space for educators to share their experiences. Educators and ECEs will leave the webinar with tangible solutions to ensure that all students have the opportunity to achieve, no matter their identity.

This webinar is delivered in partnership with our friends at Elementary Careers.


Where: Online via zoom
Cost: Pay what you can/free 

Here’s what you’ll uncover:

  • Reflect on current gaps and limitations in elementary careers education
  • Discover the value of integrating an early-age career education program in your classroom, and break down stereotypes for your students
  • Expand your toolkit of lessons and knowledge in creating more equitable and inclusive classroom communities
  • Create a classroom that empowers students to discover new passions and opportunities

Who Should Attend:
This workshop welcomes educators, administrators, and all individuals dedicated to cultivating inclusive and culturally aware educational environments in the primary grades.

If you have any questions about this webinar feel free to reach out to us at [email protected] o call 416-669-2051.

About Elementary Careers

Our vision is for all children to learn from an early age about the breadth and depth of careers available in the world of work so that they can reach their full potential, without the barriers that harmful gender and racial stereotypes bring.

Our experience includes over twelve years of Information, Advice, and Guidance (IAG) delivery and development in both the UK and Canada, in addition to a Level 6 Diploma in Career Guidance and Development.

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