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Student Life Events at St. George

Reimagining Race and Work

Nov 29, 2022 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Registration Deadline: Nov 29, 2022 09:00 AM

Identities @ Work logo.

Our multiple, intersectional identities are intrinsically tied to how we find and show up at work - so let's chat about it!
This event is an interactive dialogue co-hosted by Career Exploration & Education and Student Engagement.

Grab a cup of tea or coffee, and join us to... 

  • Explore, question, and challenge the idea of "professionalism" in the workplace, while reimagining anti-racist alternatives
  • Learn how to advocate for yourself and others, both on campus and in the workplace
  • Construct your self-knowledge by engaging in dialogue with others 
  • Discuss how to build structures of safety and communities of support, both on campus and in the workplace

Who is this session for? 
  • While this session centers and prioritizes the experiences of Black students and recent alumni, we welcome and encourage all students and recent alumni to attend. Building anti-racist communities of care and support, in work and beyond, is a collective responsibility. 
What should I expect in this session? 
  • We begin our sessions with a short presentation, followed by dialogue and space to connect between and across the intersections of our identities. In the last fifteen minutes, we will move into a process of co-exploring and reimagining the world of work as it relates to our identities. 
  • Please note that this session is virtual, and will occur over Zoom.
What else do I need to know?
  • Ensure you register! Registration will provide you with the link and instructions for accessing the online session.
  • Prepare by reviewing the Tip Sheet for Joining Zoom meetings
  • Arrive on time (or early). Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the start time.
  • If you can no longer attend, please cancel your registration to allow others to participate
  • If there is additional capacity, waitlisted individuals will be notified via email prior to the start of the session.
  • Only University of Toronto students and recent alumni (within the past two years) are eligible to attend.
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