ACE Presents: Finding Your Career

ACE is hosting two career panels happening back-to-back on Monday, February 29th! Please see details below.

Panel #1

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ACE PRESENTS: FINDING YOUR CAREER PATH
Featuring panelists:
Jennisha Wilson, MES Graduate, Research Coordinator at the Well Living House, an Indigenous Health Resource Centre at St Michaels Hospital.
Mojan Jianfar, MES Graduate, Assistant Cultural Planner for the City of Mississauga.
Michael Collens, BES Graduate & MES Candidate in Planning. 10 years managerial experience in the not-for-profit sector.

Wondering how to navigate the career world post-graduation? Come join recent grads and current students from Environmental Studies to hear them speak about working in their fields and how they landed their careers. The event will include a panel, Q&A and chance to network. We have speakers from the field of health research and community organizing, urban planning and art directing, and environmental planning with interests in transportation.

Date: Monday, February 29, 2016
Time: 12:30 – 2:30 p.m. HNES 109

Following this panel, the Community Arts Practice Program is hosting a panel on working in the community arts field, in HNES 109 from 2:30-4:30 p.m.

Hosted and organized by: Accessibility, Community and Equity, The Community Arts Practice Program. With support from: The Faculty of Environmental Studies. 
Panel #2

 

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The Community Arts Practice Program, Faculty of Environmental Studies & Accessibility, Community and Equity host ….

Alumni Talk Back: Working in Community Arts
Wondering what to do after you graduate? What you can do with a community arts practice certificate? Come join recent grads from the Community Arts Practice program to hear them speak about working in the community arts field. The event will include a panel, Q&A and chance to network.

Date/Time: Monday Feb. 29, 2:30 – 4:00 pm
Location: York University, Faculty of Environmental Studies, HNES, 109
Speakers: Charmaine Lurch, Ryan Dela Cruz, & Maggie Flynn
Light refreshments will be served.

Prior to the community arts panel, ACE will host a general career panel (12:30-2:30).

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Toronto Rape Crisis Centre Bowlathon

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ACE is excited to be participating in fundraising for the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape (TRCC/MWAR) for the first time. Each year the TRCC/MWAR hosts a “Bowlathon” to fundraise for the incredible work they do every single day in this city. This year the event will take place on Saturday February 27th.

This month marks their 42nd anniversary and they do incredibly important work from running a 24-hour crisis support line, advocacy, counselling, and workshops–all while being a feminist-run collective.

Anything you can provide, even $5,  will help with the overall goal.

Please consider making a donation to the ACE fundraising team! Here is the link: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/pages/2016-bowlathon-fundraiser-for-the-toronto-rape-cri/
And if you have already done so – THANK YOU!