Thinking About University Applications? Thinking About A Career? What About A Life?
“Don’t confuse having a career with having a life.” – Hillary Clinton
What: “An Evening With Rick Hayward”
When: Postponed due to illness – check back for the rescheduled date.
Where: Shere Punjab Restaurant – 351 Danforth Avenue – M4K 1N7 – Toronto Ward 29
There is no charge to hear Rick (Food and snacks are available for purchase).
Registration: is required – email your name, contact number and number of people attending to – firstname.lastname@example.org
“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” – Confucius
“The best careers advice to give to the young is, Find out what you like doing best and get someone to pay you for doing it.” – Katherine Whitehorn
We live in a confusing world. Most parents and high school students agree that a university education is essential to having a successful career. As a result, parents and students are feeling enormous pressure to decide on:
– what university program to take
– where to attend university
– what high school courses to take to prepare them for university
– what to do to keep the grades competitive
– what volunteer activities to participate in
– what career to plan for
– what to do to win scholarships
– how to learn about career options and opportunities
– whether to take the SAT in Canada, ACT, etc.
– whether to attend university outside of Canada
– whether a “year off” is a good idea
– what about that Queen’s Personal Statement of Experience
This is enough to make anybody sick with anxiety.
This seminar has been organized by John Richardson (Author of – Mastering The Personal Statement) and presented by Rick Hayward who is a retired University of Toronto academic counselor. In a manner reminiscent of “Tuesdays with Morrie”, Rick will give you guidance, answer your questions, and reduce your anxiety.
Hope to see you there on January 30
John Richardson – Personalstatement.ca
P.S. Rick is the best academic counselor I have ever known. A common student comment after talking with Rick is:
“I feel so much better!”