Tackling Imposter Syndrome Workshop Series


Recent OCAD U grads are invited to attend monthly Career Transition Support Workshops designed to assist new grads in managing the stress and uncertainty related to career aspirations and goal setting. Led by expert staff from OCAD U’s Student Wellness Centre.

 
DateFriday, November 8, 2019 - 1:00pm

Cost

Free

Email

amclaren@ocadu.ca

Website

https://www.ocadu.ca/services/centre-for-emerging-artists-and-designers/support-for-new-graduates.htm

Location

Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers Level 3 - Rosalie Sharp Pavilion 115 McCaul St.

Experiencing stress and uncertainty about your early career?

Student Wellness Centre teams up with the Centre for Emerging Artists and Designers to support recent OCADU graduates with a focus on managing workplace stress, interpersonal professionalism, and employment distress. This is an ongoing series of monthly workshops as a part of the OCADU Commitment to ease the transition from campus culture to the workplace. SWC Facilitators will share coping strategies, scalable goals, and strengths-based language to help each participant tap into their inner boss.

Recent OCAD U grads are invited to attend monthly Career Transition Support Workshops designed to assist new grads in managing the stress and uncertainty related to career aspirations and goal setting. Led by expert staff from OCAD U’s Student Wellness Centre.

Location: 115 McCaul, Level 3

About the Facilitators:

Alex McLaren is a Peer Facilitator at Student Wellness and an alumni of OCADU. As an writer, student accessibility advocate, and health educator, Alex supports a diverse student population on campus. You can find Alex at SWC outreach events, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Journaling Club, Peer Wellness events, and offers one-on-one creative case-management.

Anisa Nagakawa is a current student, emerging artist, and the Student Wellness resident illustrator and muralist. Since joining the Student Wellness team, Anisa has been behind the scenes leading Peer Wellness programming, outreach, and social events for students. Her ongoing work and murals can be seen at Student Wellness and Student Accessibility Services.

Find out more about the OCADU Commitment:
www.ocadu.ca/commitment

Or contact Zviko Mhakayakora to be notified of upcoming workshop dates. zmhakayakora@ocadu.ca

DateFriday, November 8, 2019 - 1:00pm

Cost

Free

Email

amclaren@ocadu.ca

Website

https://www.ocadu.ca/services/centre-for-emerging-artists-and-designers/support-for-new-graduates.htm

Location

Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers Level 3 - Rosalie Sharp Pavilion 115 McCaul St.

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Friday, November 8, 2019 - 1:00pm

Experiencing stress and uncertainty about your early career?

Student Wellness Centre teams up with the Centre for Emerging Artists and Designers to support recent OCADU graduates with a focus on managing workplace stress, interpersonal professionalism, and employment distress. This is an ongoing series of monthly workshops as a part of the OCADU Commitment to ease the transition from campus culture to the workplace. SWC Facilitators will share coping strategies, scalable goals, and strengths-based language to help each participant tap into their inner boss.

Recent OCAD U grads are invited to attend monthly Career Transition Support Workshops designed to assist new grads in managing the stress and uncertainty related to career aspirations and goal setting. Led by expert staff from OCAD U’s Student Wellness Centre.

Location: 115 McCaul, Level 3

About the Facilitators:

Alex McLaren is a Peer Facilitator at Student Wellness and an alumni of OCADU. As an writer, student accessibility advocate, and health educator, Alex supports a diverse student population on campus. You can find Alex at SWC outreach events, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Journaling Club, Peer Wellness events, and offers one-on-one creative case-management.

Anisa Nagakawa is a current student, emerging artist, and the Student Wellness resident illustrator and muralist. Since joining the Student Wellness team, Anisa has been behind the scenes leading Peer Wellness programming, outreach, and social events for students. Her ongoing work and murals can be seen at Student Wellness and Student Accessibility Services.

Find out more about the OCADU Commitment:
www.ocadu.ca/commitment

Or contact Zviko Mhakayakora to be notified of upcoming workshop dates. zmhakayakora@ocadu.ca

Venue & Address: 
Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers Level 3 - Rosalie Sharp Pavilion 115 McCaul St.
Website: 
https://www.ocadu.ca/services/centre-for-emerging-artists-and-designers/support-for-new-graduates.htm
Email: 
amclaren@ocadu.ca
Cost: 
Free
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