New Year = New Note Taking Strategies

Note Taking Workshops

New Year = New Note Taking Strategies: an interactive skills workshop for students registered with SAS. Presented by Student Accessibility Services and Writing & Learning Centre at OCADU 

 

Monday, January 20 from 1pm to 2:30pm

or

Wednesday, January 22 from 10:30am to 12pm

 

Save your spot and register by emailing sas@ocadu.ca or contact your SAS Advisor directly.

Venue & Address: 
OCADU SWC LAB, 8th Floor, 230 Richmond St. W
Website: 
https://www.ocadu.ca/services/disability-services.htm
Email: 
sas@ocadu.ca

Tackling Imposter Syndrome: Workshop 3

Imposter Syndrome vs. Apprenctice
Monday, January 20, 2020 - 12:00pm

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.

Workshop 3: Imposter Syndrome vs. The Apprentice

This workshop has incorporated student feedback from the past two sessions and focuses on instilling confidence through guided exercises and role play. An ideal workshop for students who struggle with anxiety during interviews and are invested in professional development. We welcome all ages.

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

Website: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/2565239363585036/
Email: 
amclaren@ocadu.ca swc@ocadu.ca

Tackling Imposter Syndrome: A Workshop Series

 Health and Wellness Commitment Illustration with even text
Friday, November 8, 2019 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Tackling Imposter Syndrome: A Workshop Series
Friday, November 8, 2019
1:00 – 3:00 PM
Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers, Level 3, 115 McCaul St.
Facebook Event

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.

Venue & Address: 
Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers Level 3, 115 McCaul St, OCAD University
Website: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/391820421756466/