Classrooms to Careers: Networking Your Way to a Job
Nov 2, 2012, 10am-12pm
Breaking into the job market is a challenging feat for many recent grads, especially when considering current employment opportunities and the climate within the field of education. As a young, innovative professional, showcasing your skill set to potential employers, understanding the value of your professional network and building professional relationships is key. In this interactive discussion, gain perspectives and strategies on creating, maintaining and extending relationships within your professional network through the power of relationships. Discover the possibilities afforded by online communication and how a professional branding campaign can set you a part from others.
Learn from master networker and York alumnus, Joseph Romano [Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Education (2008), Master of Education (2012)], who is a Teacher/ICT Educator at the Toronto District School Board and Founder of the educational technology space Classpace.
This workshop is being offered as part of Classrooms to Careers, happening during Fall Co-Curricular Days (Wednesday October 31 - Friday November 2, 2012).
Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre's online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).
|Location:||103 McLaughlin College (Career Centre Presentation Room)|
|Posted by:||Career Centre|