In November, 2019 I gave a guest lecture to Fashion Management students at George Brown College, Casa Loma Campus, in Toronto. The subject was Finding and Keeping a Good Job.
My perspective comes from three angles; I’m a young adult who volunteers with teens, I’m a psychology student, and I’m a recruiter.
I spend my working days learning people’s stories and how they got to their positions in their careers, I take a special interest in learning what makes people who they are, and I want to bring that together to help young people succeed in a world that seems increasingly stacked against them.
I approach topics theoretically to help students create a foundation of career success tools that they can use and adapt to new situations. Each individual will require different things to properly target their goals.
If you have any questions, I can be found at https://www.linkedin.com/in/eennis/.
A big thank-you to Ingrid Wagemans and Rosa Fracassa at George Brown for this opportunity.