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We see the impact that the inspiring stories of public servants have on students every day.  That's why we invited a public servant, a HR advisor Human Resources living with a hearing disability to tell her story. In recognition of the impact her story can have on public servants. By discussing the issues, barriers and challenges she has faced in her career as a person with a disability and how she overcame them, she can inspire the other public servants to do as she did - to overcome the obstacles that may stand in their way, to confront them head-on and to declare: "Nothing without us!”
 
We see the impact that the inspiring stories of public servants have on students every day.  That's why we invited a public servant, a HR advisor Human Resources living with a hearing disability to tell her story. In recognition of the impact her story can have on public servants. By discussing the issues, barriers and challenges she has faced in her career as a person with a disability and how she overcame them, she can inspire the other public servants to do as she did - to overcome the obstacles that may stand in their way, to confront them head-on and to declare: "Nothing without us!”
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We see the impact that the inspiring stories of public servants have on students every day.  That's why we invited a public servant, a Team Leader, HR Policy and Programs, Human Resources living with a physical disability to tell his story. In recognition of the impact his story can have on public servants. By discussing the issues, barriers and challenges he has faced in his career as a person with a disability and how he overcame them, he can inspire the other public servants to do as he did - to overcome the obstacles that may stand in their way, to confront them head-on and to declare: "Nothing without us!”
 
We see the impact that the inspiring stories of public servants have on students every day.  That's why we invited a public servant, a Team Leader, HR Policy and Programs, Human Resources living with a physical disability to tell his story. In recognition of the impact his story can have on public servants. By discussing the issues, barriers and challenges he has faced in his career as a person with a disability and how he overcame them, he can inspire the other public servants to do as he did - to overcome the obstacles that may stand in their way, to confront them head-on and to declare: "Nothing without us!”
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Latest revision as of 13:47, 31 July 2020

Overview EOSD Events Mentorship Program Student Resources

To register for the events, please submit your name and email to: The Employment Opportunity for Students with Disabilities Team

  • Please note that these events are for students with disabilities

Summer Activities 2020

Date Time (EST) Subjects
June 16th 1:00-2:30pm EST National Welcoming Event for students with disabilities
June 25th 1pm : French

2 pm English

Second-Language Information Sessions

To provide information on Second Language Evaluation and improvement services and options

Participants will leave the sessions with a more realistic understanding of the value of bilingualism should they seek to pursue a career in the federal public service, its overall impact on their career progression.

July 8th 1pm : French

2:30 pm: English

Zoom

Testimonial

We see the impact that the inspiring stories of public servants have on students every day.  That's why we invited a public servant, a HR advisor Human Resources living with a hearing disability to tell her story. In recognition of the impact her story can have on public servants. By discussing the issues, barriers and challenges she has faced in her career as a person with a disability and how she overcame them, she can inspire the other public servants to do as she did - to overcome the obstacles that may stand in their way, to confront them head-on and to declare: "Nothing without us!”

July 15th 1pm : French

2 pm: English

How to apply for government jobs

To provide insight on how to answer posting screening questions that answer the unique needs of public sector employers.

August 6th 1pm : French

2 pm: English

Testimonial

We see the impact that the inspiring stories of public servants have on students every day.  That's why we invited a public servant, a Team Leader, HR Policy and Programs, Human Resources living with a physical disability to tell his story. In recognition of the impact his story can have on public servants. By discussing the issues, barriers and challenges he has faced in his career as a person with a disability and how he overcame them, he can inspire the other public servants to do as he did - to overcome the obstacles that may stand in their way, to confront them head-on and to declare: "Nothing without us!”

August 19th 1pm : French

2 pm: English

Closing Event

Organized with the students

Where do we go from here

EOSD Welcoming Event, June 16th, 2020

Video on Demand

Watch the recording in English (with audio translation from French)

Watch the recording in French (with audio translation from English)