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MEETS #4: How to Build a Career with Deborah Forde

December 10 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

MEETS #4 How to build a career with Deborah Forde

December 10 @ 2 – 3 PM
Via Zoom!
Register by email at admin@quebec-elan.org

This is a Member Event! Learn more about ELAN membership here.

 

Calling emerging and soon-to-be artists!

Join us for the next edition of MEETS (Monthly ELAN Evolving Themed Sessions) featuring ELAN’s Deborah Forde. For 25 years, before joining the arts herself 10 years ago, Deborah’s work focused on helping others to develop employability and life-skills. She will share the tools she has developed and answer any questions you have, with the aim of getting beyond a job mindset, to a career mindset that opens up possibilities.

Feel free to email us at admin@quebec-elan.org you have any questions regarding this event. 

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December 10
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2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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ELAN

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Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3B 1A7
Phone: (514)-935-3312
admin@quebec-elan.org

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