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Community Connection Series: Indigenous Career Stories – Finding Community and Meaning in the World of Work

January 27, 2022 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm


The Centre for Student Involvement & Careers invites you to participate in our upcoming Community Connection Event, sponsored by TD and Rogers Communications. The event is open to all students.

Our January event titled ‘Indigenous Career Stories: Finding Community and Meaning in the World of Work’ will focus on exploring the intersections of our panelist’s Indigenous identities and the world of work.

Our panelists will share their lived experiences, talk about their personal journeys and professional growth, and will focus on the unique opportunities and strengths that their individual identities have provided them in their career paths.

This event will consist of two halves: a panel portion which will be recorded through Zoom, followed by a more informal panelist AMA. The small group conversations will not be recorded.

Please see below for full event details:
Date: Thursday, January 27
3:30-4:30 pm PST – Panel Discussion
4:30-5 pm PST – Panelist AMA
Location: Zoom | Event link will be sent 24-72 hours before the event date
This event is open to all students

Sarah Jacknife, B.A. 17′ – Local Board Advisor, Auckland Council
Jeremy Jones – Resolution Health Support Worker, Indian Residential School Survivors Society
Kyra Landrie – Group Support Associate, TD Insurance

Register on CareersOnline. Please email us at recruit.talent@ubc.ca if you require accommodations to access this event due to an ongoing medical condition and/or disability. Please provide as much advanced notice as possible when making requests to ensure there is reasonable time to explore and implement the requested accommodation.


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