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Monday, January 28 • 14:30 - 15:45
213: Embedding Career Education in the University Curriculum

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Embedding career in curriculum is a powerful strategy for reaching new students – especially those reluctant to seek out career services. Hear from our panel on their experiences embedding career into curriculum, strategies for building partnerships and instructional design, and career content and activities. Get new ideas and share in the discussion of moving career readiness forward on our campuses!

Learning Outcomes:
  • Exposure to ideas and activities for use in career curriculum
  • Strategies for forming collaborative partnerships and navigating the university structure
  •  Working with instructional design principles to align with faculty objectives

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Marisa Brown

Marisa Brown

Career Curriculum Specialist, Brock University
Marisa Brown leads and develops career curriculum for Co-op, Career & Experiential Education at Brock University. With 10 years of experience in post-secondary career programming, Marisa’s speciality is grounded in integrating career theory into practice.
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Leigha Covell

Instructional Designer, Queen's University
Leigha Covell is an Instructional Designer with Queen’s Engineering Teaching and Learning Team where she provides pedagogical support for course design and development. Leigha is an active member of the LEAP Network on campus.
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Miguel Hahn

Head Career Counsellor, Queen's University
Miguel Hahn is Head Career Counsellor at Queen’s University. His training includes education, counselling psychology, and business, with 14 years experience in Career Education leading successful projects like the CACEE award-winning Major Maps.


Monday January 28, 2019 14:30 - 15:45
Room | Salle 213

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