April 8, 2004  
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Jobs are good, slavery still sucks
London Young Alumni Careers will address the needs of recent graduates and young alumni in career exploration, job search, employment retention and successful school to work transition.

The program is free for everyone and intensive training sessions will be hosted in partnership with the Alumni Association and employment resource services in London.

“The training sessions are three weeks in duration and cover Career Exploration and Development in week one, followed by competitive job search and career advancement in week two and one-to-one individual employment support in week three,” explained Christina Fox, student and young alumni outreach co-ordinator at Western. “Sessions will be offered over a 12 month period and will serve approximately 100 young alumni in total.

“To be eligible to participate in the program, the participants must simply be graduates of Western within 10 years post-graduation, who are available to access services in London,” she added.

Those interested in the program can visit www.alumni.uwo.ca/yacareers and complete the online referral form, Fox said.

—Salina Kam

 

 

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