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INTERCULTURAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Build job-searching, interviewing, and networking skills and learn how to navigate the Canadian job market.

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Virtual Career Connections

Curious about your career options? Stay tuned for virtual informal, low-pressure conversations with prospective employers.

Where: Online

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Virtual group career conversations

Do you have questions about your Career after graduation, summer internships, or just work in general? Join us for a career conversation via Zoom. This is a platform for you to connect with a Career Advisor and fellow students to talk about your job search questions and ideas. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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Alumni Office Hours with Paul Lambert – Partner, Area 120 at Google

Time: Tuesday, May 26th, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

The Centre for Student Involvement and Careers, in partnership with the UBC Hub of Ten Thousand Coffees, is excited to bring you a virtual mentorship and networking opportunity to connect with UBC Alumni, Paul Lambert. This event is open to all students.
Paul is a Partner at Area 120, Google’s internal incubator and early stage investment fund. Prior to Area 120, Paul was an entrepreneur and Product Manager at both Google and Twitter.

In 2009, Paul founded Learndot while a UBC student and was CEO for 5 years. In 2014 after Learndot was acquired by a Silicon Valley company, Paul moved to California. Soon after the acquisition closed he joined Twitter as a Product Manager and in 2016 moved to Google to lead the Machine Learning strategy for Gmail. His team developed Smart Compose, Smart Reply, and Nudging for Gmail, among other well known features that are now used by over a billion people. Paul and his work have been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The New Yorker.

Originally from Calgary, Paul moved to Vancouver after high school to attend UBC and spent 8 years on campus. He holds both a Bachelor of Computer Science and a Bachelor of Arts (English and Anthropology). You can visit prlambert.com to learn more about Paul.

During his Office Hour, Paul will speak about his time at UBC, his career path, and will focus on some of the required skills to find career success in the world’s top tech companies.

To RSVP for this event:

1. Go to the UBC Hub of Ten Thousand Coffees

2. Create a student account, complete the fields to the best of your ability
3. Click on the Office Hours link on the left tab of the website
4. RSVP for the event titled “Alumni Office Hours with Paul Lambert”

Location: The event will take place on GoToWebinar, and an event Link will be emailed to you within 48 hours of the office hour.

Attending an Office Hour is an excellent opportunity for you to expand your network and participate in an open, roundtable discussion with an alumni.

Make sure to prepare one question for our alumni speaker for this Office Hour. You will be given an opportunity to ask your question either verbally or through GoToWebinar’s chat function.

Alumni Office Hours with Harriet Ho – Senior Analyst, Analysis Group

Time: Thursday, June 11th, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

The Centre for Student Involvement and Careers, in partnership with the UBC Hub of Ten Thousand Coffees, is excited to bring you a virtual mentorship and networking opportunity to connect with UBC Alumna, Harriet Ho. This event is open to all students.

Harriet graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from the Sauder School of Business and a Master of Science from the School of Population and Public Health. After graduating from UBC, she moved to Montreal to start her career at Analysis Group, an economics consulting firm. At Analysis Group, she has worked on cases in various industries, including technology, healthcare, and media and entertainment. Outside of casework, she is one of the pro bono coordinators in the Montreal office and helps lead one of the local projects.

In her office hour, Harriet will share how she paved a career path that integrates her background in business and health policy. She hopes her story will be helpful for students who are finding their direction and have interests in different fields.

To RSVP for this event:

1. Go to the UBC Hub of Ten Thousand Coffees
2. Create a student account, complete the fields to the best of your ability
3. Click on the Office Hours link on the left tab of the website
4. RSVP for the event titled “Alumni Office Hours with Harriet Ho”

 Location: The event will take place on GoToWebinar, and an event Link will be emailed to you within 48 hours of the office hour.

Attending an Office Hour is an excellent opportunity for you to expand your network and participate in an open, roundtable discussion with an alumni.

Make sure to prepare one question for our alumni speaker for this Office Hour. You will be given an opportunity to ask your question either verbally or through GoToWebinar’s chat function.

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