Event: Graduating Students: Navigating Post-School World
Organization: Ontario Library Association
Date: Thursday October 15, 2020 at 4PM Eastern
About: Are you a recent graduate or graduating soon? Join us for an #OnLibChat to go over job searching tips, how to maximize your OLA membership, mentoring and volunteer opportunities, and more. This will be an open forum opportunity to learn and share with one another, and to connect with your current and future colleagues in the library world. Hosted by Angela Henshilwood, OCULA President 2020.
Cost: This event is free for members/non members.
How to Join:
Online (no registration or Chime account necessary) https://chime.aws/7720173935
Call in using your phone: Canada Toll-Free (1): +1 844-843-8537 Meeting ID: 7720173935
Event: Alumni Career Chat: Bringing your passion for social impact into the workplace
Organization: UofT Career Exploration & Education
Date: Oct 8, 2020 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
- Do you care deeply about social justice, but aren’t sure how to incorporate your values into your future field or industry?
- Do you want to feel like you’re making a difference when you go into work?
- Do you want to explore social impact outside of the non-profit sector?
Niya Bajaj (BA ’08, Sexual Diversity Studies) hosts this small-group interactive session. Niya was active in student governance during her studies and enjoyed it so much that she decided to pursue a career in the public sector. She currently works in the Ontario Public Service as a Senior Communications Consultant. Her background in social justice and impact informs her work as she creates communications about policy for internal and external audiences and provides recommendations to senior leaders and her team.
This is an open session (i.e. there will be no presentation) and will be based on the questions raised from the group. Attendance is capped to ensure participants have the space to share their questions.
Learn about a new Interdisciplinary Fellowship that embodies the Museum’s mission to broaden interpretations of its collection and to develop a multifaceted approach to art, history, and culture. Scholars, artists, and performers in diverse fields can apply by November 6, 2020.
Explore four cultural institutions, including The Met, through a unique paid internship sponsored by the Association of Research Institutes in Art History. Undergraduates and recent graduates can learn about curatorial practice, collections management, art conservation, and more. Apply by October 16, 2020.
Employers Online This Week
Please register on the Career and Co-Curricular Learning Network (CLNx) – http://clnx.utoronto.ca, or through the organization links. Spaces are limited; registration is required. After registering, and before the event, registered individuals will receive a link to participate. Please check the Career and Co-Curricular Learning Network often to see the most up to date schedule of events.
Prior to attending a recruitment information session, please read the Student Guide to Recruitment Information Sessions.
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