I want a job in Canada. Where do I start?” Session 5: Staying motivated throughout your job search

October 17, 2017 at 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Location:1501 Carleton Technology and Training Centre
Audience:Carleton Community

Career Services is pleased to be holding this workshop series titled, “I want a job in Canada. Where do I start?” for international students! Below is a description for the final session of this series:

Transitions are difficult to manage at any time. Learn about how you can stay motivated on your job search, and explore strategies for successfully integrating into the Canadian workplace.*

After attending this session of the workshop series, you will:

  • Find out how to stay motivated on the job search
  • Understand the process of transitioning into a new job
  • Learn about tips and strategies for succeeding in the Canadian workplace
  • Connect with our Guest Speaker! A Carleton University alumna who was once a Carleton International Student will share her experience of finding work in Canada and transitioning into the Canadian workplace

* In registering for this workshop, students will be invited to share and discuss career related thoughts and experiences as they feel comfortable. As such, participants are asked to respect the experiences shared by one another while maintaining each other’s confidentiality to create a comfortable learning experience for everyone.

The facilitator for this workshop is Aala Ridha. This workshop is offered by Career Services and is intended for international graduate students, although all students are welcome to attend.

To register, go to the mySuccess portal in Carleton Central. For instructions on how to login or to create an account, please click here. If you are no longer able to attend the workshop it is extremely important that you deregister via the mySuccess portal in order to make space for other students.

Current TAs can claim this workshop as part of their paid training hours provided they complete the workshop during a term they are working as a TA.