United Way Community Conference | Mar 12, 2016

Where do you see yourself in five years? Law or medical school? Grad school? Entrepreneurship? Question is: From volunteering to work experience, how do you even get there? The United Way Community Conference (UWCC) aims to help you leverage your skills to get the career you want.

Featuring workshops and a diverse career panel, including students from UBC Faculty of Medicine and UBC Allard School of Law, their knowledge will empower you with insight about how volunteerism contributed to their successes and how non-profits operate.

Volunteering for a non-profit isn’t limited to “helping others”. It can be the defining trait that sets you apart from hundreds of equally qualified applicants for a spot in graduate school and the unique gateway to the career you want.

Date: Saturday, March 12, 2016 | 9:30am – 2:45pm

Place: UBC Liu Institute for Global Issues (6476 NW Marine Drive)

Tickets available here ($5).

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1090004087706051/

Website link: www.leverageyourself.org

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