Kick the winter blues by joining us for a virtual speed-networking event with other JMSB alumni
Kitty Scott, BFA 90, will discuss her role as Chief Curator of the National Gallery of Canada.
This panel discussion will explore how work-integrated learning programs (Co-op, internships, etc.) will need to evolve to keep with these changing times.
The Black Perspectives Office and the Centre for Cognitive Science present a public lecture by Professor Michel DeGraff (MIT).
This panel discussion will focus on work-integrated learning best practices to better integrate women to science and engineering careers.
Third in a series to preview Concordia’s Validation of Competencies service: With the right skills you can be the type of leader and manager that today’s rapidly changing businesses so desperately need.
For new grads and soon-to-grads: this conference will equip you with knowledge, resources and a network to propel you towards career success.
Join co-founder of the headhunting firm Pronexia and Concordia lecturer Marina Byezhanova to discover what job recruiters are looking for when hiring new employees in 2021.
Learn how to save more, pay down debt, spend less and invest in the future.
Unpack imposter syndrome and get the knowledge, mindset shift and tools that you need to design a career and life based on what fulfills you.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Concordia’s female executive team discuss what Next-Gen leadership means to them.
Develop the confidence to go for what you want and create your own opportunities when none seem apparent.
Get tips on how to communicate effectively, maximize your impact and interact well with your audience.
Learn the best practices of virtual networking in order to leverage, preserve and build meaningful connections, in line with your career goals.
Meet #CUConnect mentors and learn directly from executives who have mastered skills to perform at the highest levels of business.
Hear four speakers on science, culture, politics, and how we live now.
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