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Career Development Events with the Accessible Learning Centre

The Career Centre recognizes the value of providing tailored services to students with disabilities. They offer a wide variety of services for all students and alumni, as well as programming and information, geared to specific career-related issues. This inclusive, innovative programming encompasses research, specialized resources, technology, staff development and accessibility to better serve our students, alumni and employers.

The Career Centre works closely with campus groups like Accessible Learning to provide specialized events and workshops.

Career Centre Drop-in Hours

Location: Drop-in Link https://navigator.wlu.ca/careerEvents/careerEvents.htm

Registration: Not required.

Things you can ask about: finding a job, how to write a resume, interviews, networking, self-identifying a disability and accommodations in the workplace, services you can use through the Career Centre, and more!

If you can't make these dates, you can also log in to Navigator to book an individual appointment.

Virtual Drop-in Hours

Tuesday, September 29th, 2:30-4pm

Tuesday, October 27th, 2:30-4pm

Tuesday, November 24th, 2:30-4pm

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FALL 2020 Events

Virtual Disclosure Discussion

Location: ZOOM 
Registration: TBA 

Have you ever wondered when the most appropriate time is to disclose your disability or request accommodations in the workplace? Are you unsure about how to professionally discuss your disability with your employer? Come join in a presentation and open discussion regarding disclosure in the workplace

Thursday, October 8th, 10:30-11:30 am

Wednesday, November 4th, 3:00-4:00 pm

 

Job Search Blitz

Location: TBA 
Registration:  TBA 

Emphasis on job search resources (lime, discoverability, DMD, MentorAbility + more resources) as well as being there to answer general job searching questions.


Meet Your Career Consultant

Korrie BelangerKorrie Belanger has been with the Career Centre since 2015 and truly enjoys her daily interactions with students. She specializes in supporting students from the Accessible Learning Centre with resumé preparation, job searching, interview practice, further education planning, disability disclosure and general career advice.

She is amazed by the talent she continually sees in students and wants to help them find career success. Visit with Korrie during our monthly drop-in hours at the Accessible Learning Centre or contact her directly at kbelanger@wlu.ca.