Winter 2016 Topic // Interview Skills
(This is part of the ACCE series of career development workshops for African-Canadian students & young professionals.)
What You'll Gain:
1. Learn how to present yourself in an interview, the best way, at each stage of the hiring process
2. Learn how to turn every interview opportunity into an advantage
3. Increase cultural and self-awareness to communicate effectively
4. Create a list of potential employers through networking
5. Have a chance to win a Starbucks gift certificate!
6. Receive a certificate of participation!
WORKSHOPS ARE OPEN to students from all universities and young professionals from all sectors and academic disciplines.
REGISTER HERE: Students can register in advance for $5 with the promo code "ACSION16"
DRESS CODE: Optional - Business casual. Come as you are.
Also, learn how to maximize your networking skills at this workshop because:
- People do business primarily with people they know and like
- Job listings tend to draw piles of applicants, which puts you in intense competition with many others
- The job you want may not be advertised at all
The following HR professionals and recruiters from various backgrounds have volunteered their time to engage participants in live mock interviews:
- Zalika DIA / Recruiter, ETIQ International (Software Engineering)
- Cheryl JEAN-JACQUES / Director, Consulting Services, DBSoft (IT, Sales)
- Isseu NDIAYE / Recruitment specialist, BMO Bank of Montreal (Finance)
If you are a university student or a recent graduate, this workshop will help you build the skills you need to get employed!
Find out how one graduate ACCE'd it to land a job using the knowledge and skills she gained from the workshop.
About the Facilitator - Yolande Monfiston
Yolande has a bachelor's degree in Education specializing in Career Development from UQAM. Education has always been a passion. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in education specialized in adult training at UQAM. Yolande loves to help people to reach their potential and their goals. Her background in theater (Concordia) permits her to find different ways to assist, teach and to communicate with others. As a former executive of ACSION, she is excited to facilitate these 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 unique way, to prime themselves for successful careers.
We'll see you there!
1450 rue Guy
Room MB 10.121
Montreal, QC H3H 0A1
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