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Why it’s Okay to Not Graduate in Four Years

Tags: Experiences, Career Path, inspiration

“When will you realize, Vienna waits for you?” (Billy Joel)  Read more ›

Myers-Briggs Career Testing

Self-assessment and personal development are fundamental steps that give you crucial insights into your career type and personality. They allow you to understand your interests and personality better through assessment tools including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the Strong Interest Inventory.  Read more ›

Man looking at watch

Tags: Career Path, plan, Opportunity

The best piece of advice I have received regarding my career, came from my grade 12 English teacher who told my class, “have a plan, but be flexible”. What he was saying was that in our future careers, we should have a plan – know what we like, what we’re good at, and how we will achieve career goals – while still being open to change and different opportunities.  Read more ›

Choosing the Right Career Path

Tags: Career Path

I think we can all relate as students, whether we are first-year or graduating students, to the struggles that we face from time to time in choosing the right career pathway. So here I am today, sharing with you some tips to help you avoid as much of those bumpy roads.  Read more ›

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