Finding My Career Fit with Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education
No matter who you are or what you study, there is one question that every student and new grad dreads: “So, what do you want to do with your life?”
Twyla’s Story: How The Chang School Helped A Communications Student Hatch Her Dream Career
As a child, when someone asked you what you wanted to be when you grew up, chances are you replied with exciting jobs like, “An astronaut” or “A lion tamer!" Flash forward a few decades – is this where you are now? Moreover, is this even a job that you still want?
How Continuing Education At Ryerson University’s Chang School Helped Me Hatch My Dream Job
Although it can seem intimidating to pursue a new path, enrolling in a continuing education program can help you develop the skills and build the confidence you need to land the job of your dreams. We spoke with Yvette Blenman, a Web Analyst, about her experience in the Data Analytics, Big Data, and Predictive Analytics program at The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University.
Tips From A Career Advisor At The Chang School, Ryerson University
Paul Goodrick plays an important role in ensuring student success as the Career Advisor at The Chang School, Ryerson University.
Chang School Fundraising Management Student Brings New Skills Back To Work
Jamie Novak is a recent archaeology and anthropology grad who works as a Museum Attendant at the Montgomery’s Inn Historic Site in Toronto, 1 of 10 museums owned and operated by City of Toronto Cultural Services.
Social Work Grad Gets The Skills And Work Experience He Needs To Start His Career
Dharmvishal Barot’s story is a common one among newcomers in Canada: he completed a university degree and post-graduate diploma in India, and worked with street youth there before immigrating to Canada in 2007.
FAQ About Taking Continuing Education Courses Online
If you’re thinking about taking continuing education courses online, you may be worried that the online learning environment will lack the “human touch” you became accustomed to in lecture halls and labs during your undergrad.