Break Into Social Services: York grad Zola Jeffers shares her experiences
Mar 12, 2012, 12:30pm-2pm
Zola Jeffers graduated with a double major in law & society and sociology in 2007, and her amazing work with youth has spanned over the period of 13 years. Jeffers is currently in charge of Prevention Intervention Toronto (P.I.T.) at JVS Toronto, and is a mentor to several young women in the Jane-Finch community.
Jeffers is here to share her experiences and answer questions on how to break into the social services field after graduation.
Pauline Christian is a York University alumni with a BA in business administration, minoring in political science and psychology. She holds an MA in project management, which she received from the Schulich School of Business. President of the Black Business and Professionals Association and owner of Best Lifestyle Residence Inc, Pauline will be sharing her experience of working in corporate Canada, as well as being an entrepreneur.
Further, Christian will discuss the importance of community engagement and the difference the Black Business Professionals Association is making in the lives of individuals in the greater community.
Bring your own lunch. Coffee and light refreshments will be available!
RSVP here: http://www.yorku.ca/acmaps/workshop_signup/.
|Location:||111 Central Square|
|Sponsor:||Student Association for Single Parents & Atkinson Centre for Mature and Part-Time Students|
|Posted by:||T. Navinie Somaroo-Durga|