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GPCB698 - Careers in Community Organizations: Panel discussion with Concordia alumni

Concordia undergrad and graduate students!

You are invited to attend an interactive discussion with four Concordia alumni who have pursued careers in the community sector. At this engaging event, our panelists will share their experiences on building their careers, which skills are crucial for their work and why they chose to focus on supporting others. From non-profit management to program development, a career in community organizations comes with its own set of challenges and accomplishments. The session will end with a Q&A session where attendees will have the chance to ask questions and learn how their degrees can lead them to a fulfilling career improving our communities.

Learning Objectives

This is a panel discussion.

Leaders Information

A collaboration between GradProSkills, FutureBound, CAPS, Alumni Relations and the Concordia LIVE Centre.
Panelists include:

Kim Fuller, BFA '96 .Founder and CEO, Phil and Immediate Past President of the Concordia University Alumni Association (CUAA) à Phil creates fundraising and communication strategies and tools specifically for socially-missioned organizations and businesses.

Nakuset S, BASc ’00 (Human Relations). Executive Director, Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal and Creator and Host of Indigenous Power.

Robyn Dalton, MA ‘09 (Public Policy and Public Admin). Executive Director, LOVE Canada à LOVE (Canada) is a Canadian non-profit organization that provides a variety of dynamic, innovative media arts programs and leadership development opportunities to at-risk youth.

Stacey Dakin, BA ‘09. Managing Director at Mentor Canada à MENTOR Canada is committed to expanding access to mentoring for youth in Canada. Launched by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada, the Alberta Mentoring Partnership and the Ontario Mentoring Coalition, MENTOR Canada is a new coalition of organizations that provide youth mentoring.

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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