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How to Adult: Getting & keeping a job

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Thursday 23 July 2020 from 12pm to 1:30pm

No one teaches you how to be an adult, you’re just expected to pick it up somewhere along the way. What if you missed a few important steps; like how to be financially responsible, how to save for a house, how to taste wine, how to network effectively...the list goes on and on. This series is designed to teach you not only how to talk the talk, but actually walk the adult walk. Don’t be shy -- we’re all going through these growing pains together.

Each workshop will have a different theme and speaker to help you feel confident in your adult-ing life.

School and university are very different to workplaces. This event will run through the whole job process, including finding, applying, interviewing and then keeping your job. You will see a live demonstration of how to fix your resume, the exact words to use in an interview and some meditation techniques to calm your job stress.

We will also highlight how to cope with failure and why self-awareness and empathy are key for getting a job. This is an exciting time to learn new skills and find new opportunities as you look for a job, hold onto your job or even make a new job for yourself.

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