One Man, One Year, 52 Jobs: Finding your best career fit with Sean Aiken, author of The One-Week Job

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One Man, One Year, 52 Jobs: Finding Your Best Career Fit with Sean Aiken, author of The One-Week Job

You’ve graduated, now what? Are you struggling with the question: what’s the best career for me? Or maybe you already have a career and you are asking yourself about change: How can I find a career that suits me, my skillset? What are some of the best ways to find a career I’m passionate about? How do I discover my transferable skills? How can I be pro-active to gain the career – and life – I want? Join Alan Kearns as he interviews Sean Aiken who found a unique way of answering these types of questions:The One Week Job Project. In his Project, anyone, anywhere, could offer Sean a job for one week. Any money he earned for the work, he asked the employer to donate towards the ONE / Make Poverty History campaign. Total earned = $20,401.60

On his inspirational quest, Sean tried everything: Bungee Instructor, Dairy Farmer, Advertising Executive, Baker, Stock Trader, Firefighter, and more. Wherever he could find work, he’d go there, find a couch to crash on and immerse himself in whatever profession was at hand. And then he’d move on.

Webinar Panelist

Sean Aiken graduated from Capilano University with a degree in Business Administration in 2005. At the top of his class, with a 4.0 cumulative GPA, he was voted the class valedictorian. He started the One-Week Job project at age twenty-five, with a goal of working 52 jobs in 52 weeks in search of his passion. His book about the experience was published by Penguin Books in April 2010.

You will Learn

  • 3 keys to being pro-active in your job search
  • Important questions to ask yourself about your best career fit
  • Some simple ways to “try on” different careers
  • How to develop your job search skills
  • What are “transferable skills” and how to identify them in yourself

Why participate?

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It’s informal, fun, and could it be more convenient? Learn along with others — most are in a similar life situation, asking the same questions, and facing the same challenges

During this interactive webinar, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Ask questions of the webinar panelist
  • Enjoy a bonus session on The Digital Job Search 3.0 – How to leverage LinkedIn, Facebook & Twitter
  • Expand your networking contacts across Canada- Join our CareerJoy invitation only group.
  • Ask us how to use this towards your professional development credits.

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