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Monday, January 27 • 11:40 - 12:30
213: Reducing Risk: Career Skills Impact for International Students

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In this session you will learn about current career counselling theories and how they are put into practice in the pilot of Simon Fraser University's Job Search Success with Fraser International College students who are on academic probation. We will share the results and how it has positively affected both their GPA and retention over time.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Apply international, psychological and career foundational frameworks to your work;
  • Relate an EAL/ESL curriculum-design model to your own work;
  • Appreciate how career interventions affect students from international pathways

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Kris Magnusson

Dean, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University
Education Dean at Simon Fraser University since 2009, Dr Kris Magnusson's award-winning work in counselling psychology and career development led to roles in research of evidence-based practice, provincial assessment, education internationalization and Aboriginal reconciliation. She... Read More →
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Sharla Reid

Director & Principal, Fraser International College
Sharla Reid is the College Director and Principal of Fraser International College at Simon Fraser University. Sharla has built a robust student leadership community that has both award-winning student support programming and community leaders.
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Heather Williams

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Curriculum Manager, Simon Fraser University
Heather Williams (MEd Equity Studies in Education) received the 2017 CBIE Excellence Award for her work in online curricula designed specifically to meet students "at the place where they are."


Monday January 27, 2020 11:40 - 12:30 EST
Room | Salle 213