Speaker Series Registration
This is not a drop in event. To get the most out of the event please be prepared to stay for the whole of it. This event includes:
1. A moderated panel with speakers sharing best practices for career development
2. Question and answer with full panel - get ready to have your questions answered!
4. Speaking with peers and professionals one-on-one and learning how to network.
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Which Speaker Series are you registering for?
Careers in Biological Sciences - Wednesday, May 27 from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
First and last name
E-mail address to remind me about the event:
Speaker Series events are open to the public. Please help us understand our audience. I am a/an:
High school Student
Parent of a student
Post Doctoral Fellow
Student at Augustana Campus (Camrose)
Student at Campus Saint-Jean
Are you an international student?
I am registering for this event in order to (check all that apply):
Become aware of ways to manage obstacles and challenges I might face in my career
Discover useful strategies for transitioning to the workplace
Gather relevant tips and advice to inform my career decisions and work search
Identify examples of how I can put my degree to work
Interact with professionals who are working in my field of interest
Practice speaking to professionals and networking
One question I want to ask the speaker panel is:
I would like more information on the following service and/or program (check all that apply):
Advising Appointments: Resume and/or cover letter reviews, LinkedIn profile reviews, career advising, mock interviews
Career Mentoring: Work with a career mentor for eight months
Funding programs to finance my professional development and leadership goals
Job Shadowing: Spend one day or more with a professional in their workplace
Transition to Career (T2C): Four modules of self-directed online learning and group learning for career exploration
Work Experience Programs
E-mail address to send me information on the programs listed above.
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