A common dilemma that many young people face while deciding on career paths is the question of, should you use your mind or follow your heart? Attend this workshop as we explore strategies to integrate what you love and what you want to achieve such as financial gain, work-life balance and opportunities for advancement, to make career choices.
In this session you will:
- Identify your interests, values, skills and strengths and apply them to discover career paths
- Explore career options using practical case studies based on current events
- Adopt research-based principles to guide career decisions
- Develop your strategic job search plan
This will be an active session where you will have the chance to work on individual and group exercises, as well as opportunities for exchange and discussions. Please only register if you will be able to participate fully in the session.
Who should attend?
- Students from all faculties, including undergraduate and postgraduates who want to develop career clarity
This is a workshop under NUS Career Fest 2023.
Attend this workshop or any NUS Career Fest 2023 workshop, submit the workshop feedback form, and stand a chance to win $20 GrabFood vouchers!
Career Advisor, NUS Centre for Future-ready Graduates
Audrey is a trained coach and certified career facilitator. She partners and supports NUS students to fulfil their career aspirations and to co-create the future together. Before joining NUS, Audrey began her career journey as an Occupational Therapist, following which, she followed her career interests to pursue teaching, facilitation and corporate learning and development, spanning over 15 years.
Wong May Hua
Senior Manager, NUS Centre for Future-ready Graduates
May Hua spent 15 years as strategic L&D partner in companies across logistics, FMCG and F&B sectors. In those years, her main focus was on implementing key learning solutions to empower employees' growth; develop their knowledge, skills, and capabilities to drive business performance. After spending 7 years lecturing in a local Polytechnic, she joined NUS CFG to continue her desire to engage and empower young adults.
Date: Monday, 6 February 2023
Time: 12pm – 1.30pm
Event Venue: Online (via Zoom)
Faculties: College of Design and Engineering, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Law, School of Computing, NUS Business School
Target Audience: All undergraduate students