Professional Development

Connecting With Your Community: Your Key to Career Success

June 17, 2016

Date: Thursday, June 23
Time: 5:45 PM – 7:30PM 
Location: Global Student Centre (AQ2013)


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Connecting With Your Community: Your Key to Career Success is a casual networking/group mentoring session that focuses on career development. The community leader, business counsellor will be speaking about career pathways - sharing their experiences with finding employment, engaging in the community, and networking.

Refreshments will be provided (pizza/cookies and coffee)!  

Event Speaker: Ehtesham Azad, MBA

Career, Business Start Up & Settlement counselor and coach. Ehtesham Azad works closely with newcomer immigrants, community members, partners, social workers and leaders on a daily basis to support integration. He is passionately dedicated and devoted for developing a sustainable community with a positive outlook on life. Ehtesham leads the Career Start Program which equips aspiring professionals with resume and interview skills to launch a successful career.

Connecting With Your Community: Your Key to Career Success is run by BCSIS which is part of SUCCESS

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