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Daniels On-Location Events 2021: Save-the-Date

Dear Daniels Undergraduate Students,

SAVE-THE-DATE for the Winter 2021 Daniels On-Location Events. These workshops will help support your academic journey.

Join us for tomorrow's session:

Application Workshop Series: Getting your resume ready
In collaboration with the Career Educator and the Writing Centre Coordinator, this session will provide an overview of the main elements of a CV and resume, how to craft descriptions of accomplishments and qualifications, and graphic design considerations.

** Access to recordings will be available via the Writing Centre Quercus page. The recordings will be available a few business days after the event.

Winter 2021 Daniels On-Location Events

Event Time/Date Description
Application Workshop Series: Getting your resume ready F. Feb. 12th 1-2pm

In collaboration with the Career Educator and the Writing Centre Coordinator, this session will provide an overview of the main elements of a CV and resume, how to craft descriptions of accomplishments and qualifications, and graphic design considerations.**

OGS Application Research Proposal and Information Session M. Feb. 22nd 10-11am This session provides an overview of OGS eligibility and instructions, review of the main parts of a research proposal and shares best practices and examples.**
Stream Information Session: Architectural Studies T. Feb. 23rd 12-2pm Join the Architectural Studies Program Director and academic advisors from the Office of the Registrar and Student to learn about the different streams and how to apply. Also, hear from students on their experiences in the different streams.**
Stream Information Session: Visual Studies F. Feb. 26th 1-2pm Join the Visual Studies Program Director and academic advisors from the Office of the Registrar and Student to learn about the different streams in Visual Studies and how to apply.**
Application Workshop Series: Creating a Portfolio T. Mar. 2nd 12-1pm Are you thinking about applying to graduate school? Are you applying for a job where you need a portfolio? Not sure where to start? Not sure how to take it to the next level? This workshop can provide you with the guidance on how to strategically put together a winning portfolio.**
Career Series: Networking - How to break the ice and connect & LinkedIn Networking F. Mar. 5th 1-2pm Networking is one of the most important skills you can develop to better gather information relevant to your career interests, and establish connections with people who share your professional interests. Learn about how to professionally introduce yourself, strategies to help make talking to professionals easier, and practice the skills needed to build meaningful professional relationships.**
Application Workshop Series: Portfolio Review Desk Crit. March 8th -19th (sign up for specific time slots that will be made available) Are you applying for a job where you need a portfolio or thinking of applying to graduate school? Want some feedback on your current portfolio? This session will allow undergraduate students to bring their portfolio and receive valuable feedback from students within the Daniels Graduate Programs.
Application Workshop Series: Personal Statement F. March 12th 1-2pm There are many applications that require a personal statement or statement of intent. This session will provide an overview of how to write a strong personal statement. Students will learn how to focus on clear and concise language, organize their portfolio and how to present ideas.**
Career Series: Strategic Career Mapping - What can I do with this degree? T. March 16th 12-1pm Wondering what you can do with your degree? Education provides students with the knowledge the transferrable skills that allows students to go on to pursue many different paths. This session will guide students through how to explore career options and will use case studies to illustrate different career paths.**
Career Series: What’s Next? Graduating Students & Life Beyond W. May 5th 12-1pm Upon graduating there are many exciting life decisions to make. This session will provide an overview of some things to consider and help students prepare to make the leap from school to career with confidence.**