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CANCELLED What Should I Do With My Life?: A presentation by Sean Aiken

Posted in Students & Campus Life
Oct 31, 2019

Internationally renowned speaker Sean Aiken came up with the idea to work 52 jobs in 52 weeks.

What should I do with my life?

Don’t know? Don’t worry. You’re not alone.

Internationally renowned speaker Sean Aiken came up with the idea to work 52 jobs in 52 weeks. He trekked more than 74,000 kilometres and slept on 55 couches. On Oct. 31 at the University of Saskatchewan (USask), Aiken will share the valuable life and career lessons he discovered along the way.

Date: Thursday, Oct. 31
Time: 2:30 - 4 pm
Location: Neatby-Timlin Theatre, Room 241, Arts Building

Everyone is welcome to attend this free event. Halloween costumes are encouraged, and great prizes are available to win!

This event is proudly co-sponsored by the College of Arts and Science and USask's Student Employment and Career Centre (SECC).

 


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