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FUSION Network Skill Articulation Workshop

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*Please note: This session is full but please feel free to register for our waitlist as we may offer it again in the future*

Share your story: Articulating your skills beyond university

The FUSION Network Skills Articulation Workshop is open to all students who are enrolled in, or who have previously completed the FUSION Skill Development Curriculum at any of the six partner universities.

This highly interactive, online session will enable FUSION students to connect and learn with other students from across Canada. The workshop will outline the importance of skill development and articulation as a lifelong learning process. It will provide participants with the opportunity to begin articulating their skills as part of their personal stories, and guide them through the process of how to communicate their skills to potential employers. Participants will also be introduced to the supports offered by the Career Services units at their respective institutions.

After participating in and contributing to the learning activities in this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Explain the value of developing and documenting transferable and essential skills as part of your lifelong learning process, and ongoing career development.
  • Articulate your communication skills in job interviews using the SAR model to tell your story.
  • Identify the supports the Career Services unit on your university’s campus can provide as you continue to develop your academic and professional skills.

This workshop will be presented by the project coordinators from the six universities in the Future Skills Innovation Network (FUSION): Helena Fehr, Simon Fraser University (BC); Kelly Hoglund, University of Calgary (AB); Brock Egeto and Kim Matheson, University of Saskatchewan (SK); Ranilce Guimaraes-Iosif, Carleton University (ON); Megan Marcoux, Concordia University (QC); and Keith Power, Memorial University (NL). FUSION is funded by Canada’s Future Skills Centre.

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