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Career resources for new grads
published July 26, 2012

If you’ve never visited the Career Centre, it’s not too late!  The York University Career Centre supports York students up to two years after graduation.  If you’re wondering about career options, need support in your job search, thinking about further education, looking to polish your professional etiquette skills, or want  » more

Toronto CEO shares his secret for staying focused and on top of goals
published June 25, 2012

By Paul Alofs (MBA '83) Got a list of the projects that never seems to get done? Don’t know where to start? If so, don’t fret—we’ve all been there. Between the myriad of responsibilities at work, home and other activities, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the projects on our plate. And  » more

Learn secrets to landing your first job
published January 31, 2012

Professional networking guru Tim Cork (BA '81) will teach you how to market your academic career to prospective employers, leverage your network and build your personal brand virtually and verbally.  » more

Failure is always an option, top medical researcher tells grads
published October 14, 2011

Fearing failure is not an option, Dr. Calvin R. Stiller told graduating students at York’s 2011 Fall Convocation ceremony Wednesday. Although this may not have relevance to graduating students today, it might tomorrow or even 10 years from now, he said. It has been his mantra throughout his life. “Don’t wallow  » more

Real Life Event Series: Leadership & Inspiration
published April 25, 2011

Based on the belief that leadership is the “secret sauce” in organizations and that leading is everyone’s job, "leadership junkie" Doug Keeley (BA '78) shows us new ways to inspire and motivate others. » more

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