Volunteer for Your Career workshops
Tuesday | Burnaby (Student Central – MBC 3000)
Wednesday | Surrey (SUR 3280)
Thursday | Vancouver (Room 2050)
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Volunteering has many benefits when it comes to job searching and career exploration. You can add experience to your resume, find out what type of work you like to do, gain references and network with people that could be important for your career.
Get help with your resume, cover letter, volunteer opportunity searches, networking and interview skills to get your dream job!
Working for the Non-Profit Sector Panel
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
2:30pm – 4:30pm; Burnaby (MBC 0300 – Career Services)
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Hear from a panel of professionals speak about the rewards, challenges and misconceptions of working in the non-profit sector as well as sharing their own career paths, stories and motivation for working at not-for-profit organizations.
Come and find out how you may get started with your career in the non-profit sector!
Here is who’s joining us:
CAROLYN SINCLAIR, Reorganization Coordinator, BC Crime Prevention Association – an integrated team of citizens and police dedicated to preventing crime. http://www.bccpa.org/
FARAH KOTADIA, Director of Human Resources and Communications, DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society – an agency offering a wide range of services and programs to the culturally diverse communities of the lower mainland. http://www.dcrs.ca/
JEANINE BOND, Conservation Programs Specialist, Ducks Unlimited Canada – an organization committed to conserving Canada’s wetlands for more than 70 years. http://www.ducks.ca/
LESLIE NADON, General Manager, Vancouver Ballet Society – a unique, non-profit organization committed to supporting and revitalizing dance through education, encouragement and assistance. http://www.vancouverballetsociety.ca/
RHEA KIKKERT, Adult Addictions Counsellor, SHARE Family and Community Services – a community-based agency providing leadership and programs in response to the social needs of the residents of the Tri-Cities (Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore and Belcarra) and adjacent communities. http://www.sharesociety.ca/