Standing out during an interview increases your chances of getting a job offer
Standing out during an interview means you’re leaving an unforgettable impression that can lead to your hiring.
In a competitive job market, many candidates who share similar qualifications are vying for the same opportunity. But you can gain an edge by doing something to distinguish yourself from other applicants and make a positive impression during a job interview, whether it’s in person or online.
On May 18th The ACB Wellness Resource Centre will have returning facilitators
Jessica Ojiaku and Eunice Worifah share tips, tools and key points on how you can stand out in your interview.
This collaboration with Canadian Women of Colour Leadership Network is a continuation of the work to develop socioeconomic opportunities within the ACB community and provide career and professional development.
Join our session May 18th, 2022 from 6pm -7:30pm on the zoom platform and streaming live to the ACB Wellness Resource Centre Facebook page
*Please note that this session is opened to ALL ACB community members regardless of gender identity*
About CWCLN and their Economic Development Pillar
Canadian Women of Colour Leadership Network (CWCLN) is a non-profit, grassroots organisation that was established in 2018 in Canada’s National Capital Region, Ottawa. CWCLN is Founded on the pillars of Women in Leadership, Wellness, Economic Development and Community Partnerships, the CWCLN operates through the lens of an intersectional feminist and post colonialist framework in our objectives. Our aim is to see racialized women, Two-Spirit, trans and non-binary femmes reflected in upper-level leadership and management positions in the workplace by providing the necessary skills, tools, and connections to mitigate systemic barriers.
At the CWCLN, we believe that achieving and maintaining economic stability is a key factor for racialized women, Two-Spirit, trans and non-binary femmes to live happy and fulfilling lives. We support the socioeconomic development of racialized women and femmes by providing free and accessible educational programs on covering topics such as financial literacy, wealth creation and building generational wealth for them to take control of their economic success. We also offer resources and resources catered towards entrepreneurship and financial management for small business owners and entrepreneurs who are looking to learn and grow their businesses and careers.
About Guest Speakers:
Jessica Ojiaku is a graduate of the University of Toronto’s Master of Health Informatics (MHI) program. Her past exposures to data privacy principles and ongoing interest in the subject influenced her decision to join EY’s Cybersecurity practice, as a Consultant on the Privacy & Data Trust team.
Eunice Worifah is a graduate of McGill University’s Master of Management in Analytics (MMA) program and currently works as an Associate in PwC’s One Analytics practice. Her passion for data strategy and advanced analytics has motivated her to encourage others to pursue careers in tech and STEM, and she provides support through mentorship and career coaching.
*Zoom link will be provided closer to the date of the event*
*Conversation will be in English only and closed captioning option will also be available*
*Please note that Zoom bombing will NOT be tolerated during the workshop, and any profanity of this sort will immediately resolve in removal