Accessible Career Exploration - Interviewing and Networking

Wednesday, March 13, 2019 14:00to15:00
HSSL - M3-37A: McLennan Library Building, 3rd floor, CA

Persuade your potential employer that you are the candidate they want!

This workshop will help you to develop the skills you need to network and deliver a successful interview as we’ll cover strategies for highlighting your strengths and communicating your enthusiasm for the job.

By attending this workshop, you will be able to:
1) Prepare prior to an interview and know what constitutes post interview etiquette
2) Develop strategies for communicating their skills and experiences in an interview and when networking
3) Respond to common interview questions and whether / when to disclose disability

Jesse McClintock will be facilitating this session. He is the CaPS designated advisor for students with disabilities. 

Jesse has been a practicing Career Counsellor for over four years and has been working at McGill University since September 2018 in the role of Career Advisor at the Career Planning Service (CaPS). Prior to CaPS, Jesse worked in mainly community and non-profit settings to help students, new graduates, and new Canadians to identify suitable career paths and gain employment. He also has specific experience assisting clients with disabilities and mental illness navigate the job search process.

Register through myInvolvement to secure your space!

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