Winter 2015 workshop theme: YOUR IDENTITY IN THE JOB SEARCH
This is part 2 of the ACCE series of career development workshops for African-Canadian students and young professionals. 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 give you more skills you need to get employed. We'll help you answer these important questions:
- WHAT KIND OF JOB SEEKER ARE YOU?
Explore how personality type and culture influence your career choice and its impact on the job search process.
- CAN EMPLOYERS FIND YOU ONLINE AND OFFLINE? WHO, AND WHAT WILL THEY SEE WHEN THEY DO?
Develop effective digital footprints, and refine your personal brand and networking skills while enhancing your cultural awareness.
- HOW STRONG IS YOUR JOB SEARCH GAME?
Develop employability skills that can improve your chances of finding your ideal job in Quebec.
- WHERE CAN YOU FIND MORE HELP?
Increase awareness of resources available to assist you in the job search process.
WORKSHOPS ARE OPEN to students from all universities and young professionals from all academic disciplines.
Students can register in advance for $5 right here.
And yes, refreshments will be served!
Here's one of our success stories from last year's ACCE workshops!
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!
1450 rue Guy
Room MB 10.121
Montreal, QC H3H 1J5
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