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Great New Resources from NCFR

The National Council on Family Relations has provided some great new career resources, and I just had to share them. Here are a few of the highlights:


General Information About Family Science: https://www.ncfr.org/about/what-family-science


Lots of Career Profiles Featuring People Working in the Field of Family Science: https://www.ncfr.org/resources/career-resources/practice/career-profiles


Careers in Family Science Booklet (This is not new, but it is still a great resource.): https://www.ncfr.org/sites/default/files/2019-12/Careers%20booklet%20content%202018_combined_web.pdf


If you want to read more about people who are actually working in the field of family science, specifically people who are also Certified Family Life Educators, these are great resources. They also put out this great new graphic defining the field.


Also, if you happen to be specifically interested in non-academic research careers, check our this webinar series that NCFR is co-hosting: https://www.ncfr.org/events/continuing-conversations-non-academic-career-paths-researchers-studying-families-and






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