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You must be wondering: “Can I or should I network during the COVID-19 pandemic?” Yes, of course you can! Right now is a great opportunity for students, new grads and professionals to network. COVID-19 has impacted all industries and fields but it doesn’t have to impact your career prospects. If you’re a student or a […]

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Being at home during the pandemic is tough but take comfort in knowing that you are not alone. There are many students, new graduates and professionals in Canada who are experiencing the same events as you. This might feel like a step back in your career but remember that it’s only temporary, and that your […]

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On May 14th, 2020 TalentEgg, Career Connections, the Insurance Institute of Canada and video interview partner VideoBio virtually hosted the final round of the inaugural Pitch Competition for students and new grads. 10 teams, from some of Canada’s top business schools, each prepared a pitch on dynamic and innovative ways to inspire and empower post-secondary […]

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Here is a question for you: what skills do you think are the most important for your career? Developing job skills is crucial to your career’s long-term success. While school equips you with the knowledge and technical skills required for your dream job, soft skills or “power skills” are equally important for a successful career. […]

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The COVID-19 crisis has had huge impacts over the past  months — among them is that it has shone the light on the crucial role Essential Services play in Canada to keep Canadians safe and well. All that would be impossible without the essential workers on the frontline. But did you know that food production […]

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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed several integral functions in our lives that keep us going like our work, our education, and social lives. It may feel like everything is at a stand still, but it doesn’t have to be, especially your education. Here are 4 ways you can upgrade your skills and continue to explore […]

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The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many businesses and industries in the past few months and working virtually has become the new normal. For many working professionals this is an adjusting experience, and for students and new grads looking to enter the workforce this can feel like a struggle.  However, as our TE Talks guest Trevor […]

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Since the legalization of recreational cannabis use in Canada, there has been an emergence of roles and opportunities to work in this new and expansive industry. This is where The Business of Cannabis course offered by Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education comes in. It is an introductory course intended to give […]

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Given our current global climate, knowing the right thing to say and when can be challenging. That’s why public relations is so important, especially in times of crisis. Have you been considering a challenging career in this sector but are not sure where to start? The Certificate in Public Relations from The G. Raymond Chang […]

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Exam season is almost upon us, which usually means lots of late nights, coffee breaks, and the occasional mini breakdown. Students dread this time of year and can’t wait until it’s over. Every graduate understands the stress felt during this period and can sympathize. Although it may be difficult to make exam season fun, there […]

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A semester is months-long. When you’re constantly studying and working on assignments, you can fall into a serious burnout – and sometimes, this decline in your energy and motivation is so gradual that you don’t notice it happening. If you’re feeling burnt out, stop and think: What can you do right now to help yourself? […]

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#ICYMI, we went live with Krishan Mehta from The Chang School of Continuing Education on March 3, 2020 Krishan Mehta is the Assistant Vice-President, Engagement, at Ryerson University, where he leads alumni relations, special fundraising campaigns, and other strategies to engage different communities in support of the university. Previously, he held a variety of senior […]