The Real Game Series through a 10-country international partnership network. To connect with partners in any partner country visit the
international website at: www.realgame.com. This unprecedented
partnership has delivered nationally adapted Real Game Series programs to over
50,000 classrooms and community settings globally, to over a million users anually.
An International Advisory Group of Canadians and Americans met for three days
in September 1994 at the Memramcook Institute in New Brunswick, Canada to
develop the specifications for the national prototype of the Junior High/Middle
School edition. This pilot program was tested in more than 100 schools in Canada
and the United States. Since then, Canadians, lead by the National Life/Work
Centre, and Americans, lead originally by the National Occupational Information
Coordinating Committee, and subsequently by members of America's Career Resource Network have collaborated on each subsequent program in the series. They have
also teamed up on promotion, training materials and procedures, revisions, Web
site development and maintenance, etc.
The partnership has now been extended to include national partnerships in
England, France, Australia, New Zealand, Hungary, Denmark and The
Netherlands, Germany and Ireland. For details on
any country's activities, visit www.realgame.com.
Under certain conditions, Anaca Technologies Ltd. (o/a Career Cruising)
will license appropriate national agencies in other countries to adapt one or
more programs in The Real Game Series to their own cultural and economic
realities. The Real Game Series collaboration is guided
by licensing agreements which all partners must respect. For information on adaptation for other