After attending my first networking event, “Building Brilliance” at the National Arts Centre I had the opportunity to meet professionals in the field of public relations and learn how to start expanding my own network as well. As a Career Coach, I reflected on what that term actually means. Networking is the process of discovering,
On October 11th, I attended a networking event, titled “Building Brilliance” at the National Arts Centre. This was an amazing opportunity to meet professionals in the field of public relations and learn how to start expanding my network. However, I am not the world’s most outgoing human being (but ask why that is, and suddenly that’s
After a blowout Panda Game “3peat” Carleton Raven’s Defensive Back AJ Thompson (#36) breaks down what it’s like academically to play football at the university level. Have you ever wanted to become a Raven football player? Here’s what it takes. Q: Is it hard to stay on top of your work while playing football? A: A huge
Mental health is just as important as physical health in all aspects of life, but especially in university during particularly stressful times. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association: Mental health is key to our well-being. We can’t be truly healthy without it. It involves how we feel, think, act, and interact with the world round
Staying healthy while in university can be a challenge. Especially if you’re up late studying and are connected to an IV of caffeine or emptied the shelves of Absentions during a recent chip craving (I’m not judging, we’ve all been there). For Breakfast In the cafeteria, there are eggs and waffles on any given day.
On Wednesday, September 21, 2016, Career Services held a Part-Time Job Fair featuring employers from all over Ottawa. I visited each of them and asked for the inside scoop on what they are looking for in potential employees and what they like to see on a resume. Here are some of the companies that showed