Fall 2014 Workshop Theme: ASSESS AND ENHANCE YOUR EMPLOYABILITY
This is the first part of the ACCE series of career development workshops for African-Canadian students and young professionals from all academic disciplines. Check out one of our success stories from last year's workshops! >> REGISTER HERE
Led by executive coach and professor, Dr. Quentin Newhouse, (Ph.D., M.S., and B.A. in Psychology) this workshop will help you develop the SKILLS you need to get EMPLOYED!
- YOUR FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESS
What are your own personal preferences and motivations?
Enhance your awareness of self and others using personality profile, interests, and perceptual measures.
- HOW ARE YOU PERCEIVED?
How well does your profile match up with what employers actually want?
Discuss how these measures impact career choices and employability.
- DISTINGUISHING YOURSELF
What makes you unique in the job market, and how you can stand out positively?
Explore how culture and discrimination may influence career choice and employability.
- BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS
Participate in work-related scenarios and learn effective strategies to overcome challenges.
WORKSHOPS ARE OPEN to students from all universities and young professionals.
Students can register for just $5 by RSVPing right here! (must bring cash prior to start of workshop)
All other participants get an 83% discount on this awesome experience! Click here to register!
About the ACCE Workshops
Brought to you by ACSioN, CEDEC and BCRC, the African-Canadian Career Excellence (ACCE) workshops are meant to help students and young professionals of African descent both develop and brand themselves effectively in their own special way, to prime themselves for successful careers.
We'll see you there!
1455 boul de Maisonneuve Ouest
Montreal, QC H3G1M8
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