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The Life After Graduation Series


Hello Class of 2007!

Looking for a job? Deciding on a career? Trying to figure out life after school?

U of T Scarborough is offering two free seminars to help ease the transition from student to working life.

The Life After Graduation Series - Scarborough Edition

is offering two workshops on Wednesday, June 6, 2007

10 am – 12 pm - Ellen Goldhar: Living and Working From Greatness

We are all connected to greatness, but sometimes the link gets twisted or dirty. In this talk Ellen will help you to understand how to cleanse your link to greatness, remove any blockages and move closer to realizing your goals. Ultimately, living and working from greatness means connecting to your passion, aligning with your purpose and moving forward from a place of power.

She will speak about:

  • Developing your entrepreneurial skills
  • Tapping into your unlimited potential
  • Increasing your awareness of how you may unconsciously sabotage your successes
  • Deciphering the early warning signs indicating you’re heading off your track (and correcting your course)
  • Setting goals and obtaining them
  • Cultivating the inter-personal skills that will assist you in advancing your career
  • Enjoying the journey
  • And much more…

For more information on Ellen visit her website at

Ellen guarantees you'll leave energized, excited and enthusiastic about all of life's possibilities.

2 pm – 4 pm - Sadi Khan: Help me Hire You ****WORKSHOP FULL****(Registration Closed)

Roundtable Discussion:Mentoring Session

While many jobs require a unique set of skills, there is a pretty standard set of qualities that most employers want in an employee. During this workshop Sadi will mentor you and help you to increase your chances of landing the job you want by highlighting your "soft" skills as well as your technical skills.

Sadi will speak on:

  • Image: looking good, feeling confident
  • Communication skills - both written and verbal
  • Leadership: taking the lead and assuming responsibility
  • Problem-Solving: analyze and identify and solve
  • Confidence: You know and like yourself, recognize your strengths and weaknesses
  • Flexibility: adapt to new situations and be open to new ideas
  • Energy: You’re a positive person and a hard worker

Being a U of T alumnus opens up a world of opportunities and perks. The Life After Graduation Series – Scarborough Edition is one of them. To register, visit  For more information on presenters, visit the Life After Graduation section of our alumni website - (hyperlink).  For more information on the program, contact Kim Tull, Manager, Alumni Relations at 416-287-5631 or email at

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