Life After Undergrad – TODAY!


It’s today!! Tuesday, November 12 from 5:30-7:30 in MacKinnon 232 we will be hosting our annual Career Night: “Life After Undergrad!”

Join us to hear a first-hand experience from BAS alumni pursuing various post-undergraduate degrees and careers. Among sharing their personal stories, they will also be sharing tips & tricks as to how to be a strong undergraduate candidate applying to their field.

After all the speakers present, we will be holding an informal question & answer period for students attending to have the opportunity to ask personalized questions to the speakers! We will also have Jill Ferguson from Co-Op & Career Services to be there as a resource and four alumni participating to answer questions via Skype.

Download a little “teaser” of what’s to come at Tuesday’s event. Each speaker has provided 5 tips as a guide for students interested in pursuing their respective careers. We hope you make the most of this event.  It is definitely not one to be missed! It will be an informative, helpful and enjoyable night to be had by all!

P.S. Feel free to bring your non-ASCI friends to the event! This is a great opportunity to receive some guidance from generous Guelph graduates who want to help YOU!

Our guests who will be present at the event include:

Deanna Brockman: Masters of Social Work at Wilfrid Laurier University
Jill Ferguson: Co-Op & Career Services
Alisha Fernandes: Medical student, McMaster University
Sophie Jefferson: Registrar at Jersey Canada
Olivia Hazelden: Speech Language Pathologist
Kimberly Hester: Veterinarian
Aleisha Korga: Teachers College, University of Western Ontario
Kaitlyn Krizmanich: OVC DVM Student
Jeremy Levick: Mathematics PhD student, University of Guelph
Shelby White: Masters in Rural Planning & Development, University of Guelph

In addition, we are fortunate to have 4 BAS alumni available to answer your questions via Skype!

Lindsey Chapman: Medical student, University of Toronto

Aimee Collier: Lawyer

Tara Lynn Joly: PhD in Social Anthropology, University of Aberdeen, Scotland

Zoe Lazaris-Brunner: Medical student, University of Ottawa


Download the 5 Tips package here (by clicking on the words “5 Tips”)

Looking forward to seeing you all,

– Tamlyn

Published by basstudentassociation

The Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Student Association is the student government representing Bachelor of Arts and Sciences students at the University of Guelph. Through social and academic activities, we facilitate learning and promote camaraderie amongst students and the larger University of Guelph community

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