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Wednesday, January 26 • 10:00 - 11:00
(On-demand session released) Developing a Hope-centred Cohort Program Supporting Jobseekers

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This session discusses the application of a hope-centred career model in developing and delivering an online, cohort-based program for recent graduates navigating challenging labour markets. Presenters will share the benefits of this theory and format for building community and fostering motivation during job search. The session will also discuss lessons learned and opportunities to apply this format to other contexts.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the application of Hope-Centred Theory to promote mental wellness
  • Understand the process of developing and delivering cohort-based programming
  • Examine the strengths and challenges of this theory and format

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Mary McAuliffe

Career Educator, University of Toronto
Mary McAuliffe is a Career Educator at University of Toronto, integrating academic & career learning. She has extensive experience as an HR consultant and recruiter, domestically and internationally, and holds an MSc (organizational psychology).
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Saddiya Rose

Career Educator, University of Toronto
Saddiya has worked in post-secondary education, corporate recruitment, and workplace training for over 10 years. She is an advocate for lifelong learning and strives to facilitate learning experiences that stimulate creativity, collaboration, and meaning.

Wednesday January 26, 2022 10:00 - 11:00 EST