Does the idea of networking make you super anxious? When you hear the word "networking" do you shudder? Do you feel all these things but want to do it anyways? Well this event is for you! This is an event for folks who hate networking but want to practice with fellow people who hate networking. Supportive environment to practice new skills in a safe(r) space!
Congratulations - you have received an offer of employment. Now what?
In this workshop we will explore how to evaluate what matters to you in a role, and how to negotiate for it. This includes salary, bonuses, work location, remote, hybrid or in office days, and more!
We know that employers are looking for students with an Arts degree but are you wondering how your education and experiences can take you there? Although graduation is still a few years away, now is the time to learn and develop new skills, refine them through experiences and set yourself up for successes in your post-graduate career.
Learn more about how you can do this in this session. We will cover
In this workshop, we will explore networking basics in academia and learn how to maximize the opportunities to engage in networking events and practices that will benefit your career. We will focus on networking at academic and professional conferences, work search strategies to increase your network and effective social media uses to actively engage with those in your network and more widely share your accomplishments.
Join the Further Education Team to learn more about applying to Law School in Ontario.
"How can I prepare for my upcoming work term?", "How do I find housing for co-op?", "What is a student performance evaluation?" If these are questions on your mind, join the Centre for Career Action for information on how to maximize success for your upcoming work term, and an open Q&A where you can ask a Career Advisor and Student Advisors your most pressing questions.