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Monday, January 28 • 13:30 - 14:20
203: Transforming Careers and Experiential Learning: A Trent Perspective

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Experiential learning opportunities are critical components in preparing post-secondary students with the necessary skills to enter and succeed in the modern workplace. Follow Trent University as it walks you through its process to expand its service delivery model as it adapts to the needs of its students, and to the workforce needs of our ever-changing communities.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Defining experiential learning in the context of career education
  • Developing new outcome measures for experiential learning opportunities
  • Documenting and sharing best practices in career education model redesign

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Jason Dennison

Careers and Workforce Analyst, Trent University
Jason Dennison has worked in the career education space in Canada and abroad. His primary interest is helping students learn more about opportunities that exist for them in their local, regional and national labour markets.
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Tom Phillips

Director, Co-op, Careers and Experiential Learning, Trent University
Dr Tom Phillips is an economist with over 30+ years supporting students with skills development and mentorship. Tom is a strategic advisor for local businesses, and is a community advocate for economic growth and vitality.
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Kelly Zatorski

Manager, Co-operative and Experiential Education, Trent University
Kelly Zatorski brings a wealth management expertise and institutional knowledge about Trent University to the Careers and Experiences team. A graduate in educational studies, Kelly is an advocate for improving service delivery experiences for all students.

Monday January 28, 2019 13:30 - 14:20 EST
Room | Salle 203