On Monday October 27th, 39 Carden Street will be hosting HFTMSA's annual Think Pink event. HFTMSA's annual fundraiser for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation is a great night of food, drink, and live music! There will be a silent auction consisting of generous donations from local businesses, and members of the community. We hope to see you at 39 Carden Street dressed to impress, in pink! Suggested $5 donation at the door. Think Pink is a registered event with the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF) and 100% of the proceeds go to the CBCF
HAC's semi-annual Toronto tour will take place on October 27th. We will be meeting with management and touring FRHI's corporate offices, The Fairmont Royal York, and Ritz-Carlton. We invited Ryerson students to join us this year and they accepted! This is an excellent opportunity for Guelph and Ryerson students to meet and discuss the hotel industry together. If you are interested in attending this event on Monday, Oct. 27, please contact Prof. Justin Taillon (email@example.com) or HAC President Nabila Norizan (firstname.lastname@example.org).
October 24, 2014 5:30 p.m. CAFP Members: $15 NON Members: $20 Email: email@example.com for tickets, location, etc.. https://www.uoguelph.ca/hftm/cafp-presents-beer-chocolate-tasting-event
Title: "Incentives for Adoption of Standards under the U.S. Clean Power Plan"
Please join us at the Holiday Inn, Guelph for an informative session regarding Executive Programs at the University of Guelph. For more information please contact 519.824.4120 ext 56607.
Have you been offered a job? Anticipating that you will be? Attend this workshop to learn more about the negotiation process. Space is limited. Register for this workshop (you will be prompted to access your Recruit Guelph account using your central login ID).
This is an excellent opportunity to network with RBC recruiters AND get tips on how to effectively brand yourself using social media. Visit RBC's campus careers site for all RBC job opportunities. BrandU This year, 93% of recruiters will use social media to find job candidates. For students getting ready to kick off their careers, social media can be the key to getting noticed by recruiters and to help get them the jobs they really want.
On October 22, 2014, we are pleased to present Dr. Peter Hausdorf, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Guelph. Dr. Hausdorf will discuss his work entitled "Understanding adverse impact with cognitive ability tests in hiring: New insights from applicant demographics". The seminar commences at 3:30pm in MACS 121.