Childhood forms the opening act for constructing a career (Hartung, 2015; Savickas, 2013); it is a warm-up, of sorts, for the acts to follow during adolescence and the subsequent periods of emerging and full-fledged adulthood. As in Shakespeare’s seven ages of man, childhood represents one of many developmental acts in which human life-careers form and play out. Spanning ages 3 to 14 years (Hartung, Porfeli, & Vondracek, 2005), childhood begins career construction’s lifelong processes of making the self into the person one wishes to become, adapting to changes in self and situation, and endeavouring to use work to be oneself more fully and in ways that benefit society.