Call for Speakers - Career Hour with S.E.E.D.S
Are you a young professional who works in a unique/interesting STEM field? Have you had a unique academic and professional journey? Are you passionate about mentorship, education, training or knowledge exchange? How would you like to share your experience(s) with youth who are interested in pursuing a future career in STEM? Career Hour with S.E.E.D.S. is a webinar series that we have launched to help youth and young adults under 30 to learn about different career pursuits in STEM fields. We are inviting recent graduates and young professionals to share their stories and advice. Please fill our this form if you are interested in sharing your journey or are interested in coach youth on how to become job-ready. We will follow-up with you with more information.
What is your name? (First, Last) *
What professional/career endeavour are you currently pursuing? (i.e where do you work?) *
Which STEM field is your current job/role most related to? (choose up to 2) *
If you chose "other" above, please specify:
Is your current role in: *
If you chose "other" above, please specify:
S.E.E.D.S. hosts live webinars where speakers are asked to talk a bit about their journey: what they studied, insights/advice on how to navigate school/careers, what they currently do (why it is interesting/important/unique from traditional STEM careers). Participants then engage in a Q&A period to learn more about the speaker, their work and advice they have to give. Are you interested in participating as a speaker/guest? *
If you chose "yes" or "maybe", what would you like to share with our audience during this webinar?
What is the best way for us to contact you?
If you prefer a phone call, what is the best time to reach you?
What is your e-mail address? *
What is your phone number? *
If you have a LinkedIn profile, you are welcome to share it with us!
How did you hear about this opportunity? *
Are you involved in other mentorship/outreach endeavours? (This for our own curiosity, not a required experience!) *
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