ACCE Journal

The ACCE Journal is sent to over 800 career practitioners working in a range of education settings nationally. It features reports, articles, conference information, research stories and reviews of products and programs in career development. Copies are also available in the national library in Canberra and the State Library in Victoria. Back Covers, Inside back covers, full-page and half-page advertisements are available for purchase in every edition of the Journal.

2024 Submission Deadlines

  • Edition 1 - 15 March

  • Edition 2 - 24 May

  • Edition 3 - 30 August  

Please submit your items on time to avoid missing publication. 


Log in to the ACCE Member Lounge for the latest edition.

Once a year the ACCE will produce a hardcopy edition of the Journal at no extra cost to advertisers. Book your place in the Journal today, don't miss out. 

The ACCE Journal is the primary publication of ACCE. It's purpose is to promote the benefits of career development and support the delivery of quality career development resources, programs and activities to the community. It includes information on the key areas of:

  • Reports and Research - focusing on career development issues
  • Professional Practice - providing examples of career development programs and activities in the community, and highlighting successful collaborations
  • Labour Market - providing insight into labour market practices and trends
  • Resources & Reviews of careers materials, ready-to-use worksheets, activity ideas and career development publications.

Please note that the ACCE Journal is not a peer-reviewed journal. If you wish to submit your paper to a peer-reviewed journal we recommend submitting to the Australian Journal of Career Development. Copies of the ACCE Journal are available for purchase in the ACCE Shop.


ACCE membership includes all editions of the Journal. An individual yearly subscription or single edition's can be purchased through the online shop.

Submitting an article

The ACCE Journal welcomes contributions on career development from the community. All contributions to the ACCE Journal will be allocated a place in one of the four categories mentioned above.

Contributors could also consider an item that covers one of the CICA seven competencies for career development practitioners.

These include 

  • Career Development theory,
  • Labour market information,
  • Advanced communication skills,
  • Ethical practice, Diversity,
  • Information and resource management,
  • Professional practice. 

Articles for the Journal should be up to 850 words only. Photos, logos and captions can be included in the submission.

For further information please download the ACCE Journal Submission Guidelines.

To submit an article click on the link below and fill out the form.