Alumni Office Hour: Working and living in Africa: career development and a change of worldview with Toshi Mito
Toshi Mito lived and worked in Rwanda for 9 years until 2016. Although currently living in Japan, he continues his interventions in Africa, with focus on renovating solid waste management in cities. Sign up to learn about Toshi’s experience working in developing countries and with international development partners and to join the conversation about sustainable development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the real context of life in Africa.
Alumni Office Hour: Time management and the art of juggling multiple passions with Jessica Peixoto
If you like to volunteer, get involved in your community, pursue sports or hobbies and do well in your classes or job, you already know time management is key. Jessica was VP of WEBS, residence don for five terms, volunteered, did an overseas coop term and even won coop student of the year. Today she does triathlons, holds several volunteer roles and manages an evolving role working on sustainability strategy for a multinational corporation. Yes, you can do it all, but it takes knowing how. Join Jessica to ask questions about coop, careers and creating balance.
Alumni Office Hour: Career AMA with Mujtaba Ali
What if your program isn’t right for you? What do you do if you get turned down for a job? And why should you maintain your connections with classmates and colleagues? Join MCC grad Mujtaba Ali for advice on changing directions, turning ‘No’s into ‘next times’, building a network that pays off – even when you’re an introvert – and overcoming lack of experience through specializing.