Professional Development

Our Professional Photo Shoot is back!

July 09, 2015
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Looking to boost your online presence? 

Get a free personal portrait taken by one of SFU's official photographers. These photos are clean, sharp and great for building or updating your LinkedIn profile, Twitter handle, professional blog or whatever tools you are using to project your professional image.

You're welcome to bring props for your photo, or pose without them. You can reserve a group photo too, if you want to come with members of a lab or team.

When: August 5, 2:00-4:00 pm

Register: Please register using myInvolvement.

Where: Creative Services Studio, located next to the Teaching and Learning Centre (room 7560, Education Building, Burnaby campus). When you arrive, wait outside the Teaching and Learning Centre and someone will meet you. Do not go in the office please.

Photos are taken first-come first serve on the date. APEX (Advanced Professional Engagement & eXploration) sponsors these photoshoots throughout the year. Can't make this date? Stay tuned for more dates in the fall!

Please note this opportunity is for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows only.

Any questions? Contact Sue Hampton, apex@sfu.ca 

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