is a spin-off company of (Goodat), it specializes in capability building for youth, employees, and employers. Growat helps individuals and groups through career development, leadership, and upskilling programs. Growat’s flagship programs in career development are in association with:
- National Career Development Association (NCDA)
- Consulting Resource Group International Inc. (CRG)
- Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE)
- Career Development Network (CDN)
Growat has a vast network of experts in human and professional development and has experience working in the following countries:
- Saudi Arabia.
- Arab Republic of Egypt
- United States of America
The National Vocational Guidance Association (NVGA) was founded in 1913. In 1985 NVGA was renamed and became the National Career Development Association (NCDA). Thus NCDA is the first, longest running and preeminent career development association in the world.
NCDA is the recognized leader in developing standards for the career development profession, for the provision of career counseling programs and services, and for the evaluation of career information materials. NCDA works with licensing and credentialing bodies to support the preparation and recognition of career counselors and career development practitioners. NCDA also sets ethical standards for the career development profession including guidelines for the provision of career services on the Internet.
NCDA provides programs and services for career development professionals and for the public involved with or interested in career development, including, but not limited to, professional development activities, publications, research, general information, professional standards, advocacy, and recognition for achievement and service. NCDA provides a voice for thousands of members who deliver career services to diverse groups in a broad variety of settings and to their clients.
Established in 1979 by career development expert, Richard Know dell, the Network is an international non-profit association of career practitioners who work with youth and adults in job or career transition. Network members work in higher education, business organizations, government agencies, social service agencies, outplacement consulting firms and private career counselling and coaching firms. Network members live in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia.
The Network publishes a bi-monthly newsletter that is sent to all members electronically. The Newsletter contains information for career practitioners about professional development conferences, skill building workshops, and columns by career development experts on state-of-the-art career development techniques and ideas.
Advances the shift in career counselling, coaching and education to narrative methods, storytelling approaches, life design principles, and evidence-based methods. The Who You Are Matters! board game is used by education, businesses, and community groups to spark meaningful conversations and commitments to explore possibilities. As a result of storytelling, game participants create a Career Statement and can access online Storyteller tools to move from Clarification to Intentional Exploration.
You Science was created to help answer some of life’s biggest questions: “Why am I learning this?” and “What do I want to be when I grow up?” From the initial conception as an innovative aptitude and career discovery tool to our 2020 merger with Precision Exams to incorporate industry-recognized certifications, we’ve revolutionized the way students, educators, and employers view talent and possibility. We instill hope, purpose, and direction by connecting natural talent, skills, and knowledge with in-demand education pathways and careers. Join us to help find the makers, doers, artists, and thinkers who will help solve the problems of tomorrow
APCDA is a forum for sharing career development ideas and practices in the Asia Pacific region and engaging the world about these insights.
is to promote collaboration among career practitioners throughout the Asia Pacific region; to inspire existing and potential career practitioners to deliver theory-based and research-driven career development services; to promote research in the field of career development; and to advocate for workforce
policies and practices that foster inclusion and access to decent work for all.
Om Habibeh Sultan Mohammed Shah Aga Khan Foundation is an Egyptian NGO, not for profit organization, established in 1991 at the Ministry of Social Solidarity number 201. It is an affiliate of the Aga Khan Development Network. OHF supports the economic, social, and cultural development for local communities in Aswan Governorate. It aims to develop the local capacities in different fields to support youth employment initiatives, education, sustainable agriculture, health care and income creation.
Touching base after another has been the track record of AM Foundation along the years.For more than a decade, AM foundation has adapted to be the sole responsible entity for Career guidance, facilitation, & development in the Arab world creating sustainable success stories.Pillars created, strong infrastructure built, & numerous individuals received the positive impact meant to be sculpturing their lives either on personal or profession levels via AM Foundation.AM Foundation main contributor & founder has participated on the global & international level in shaping the Career Development field for us to receive & cascade down the message for coming generations.
AM Foundation partnered with NGOs, national & multinational organizations, as well as governmental sector entities aiming to explore and define human skills and formulate them into productivity & leveraged lives on all levels.The foundation vision is that all human lives are equally entitled for development, indeed AM Foundation is the first and only who customized and facilitated Career Development for People of Determination.And its mission is to sustain its main objective “Explore, Develop, & Nourish Human”.