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SHIFT Student and Young Alumni Conference

Posted in Students & Campus Life, Alumni, College Vision
Feb 26, 2020

SHIFT is a one-day conference to help prepare College of Arts and Science undergraduate students, graduate students and recent alumni for life after graduation while building professional networks.

SHIFT is a one-day conference to help prepare College of Arts and Science undergraduate students, graduate students and recent alumni for life after graduation while building professional networks. The conference will feature a variety of speakers, career panels and networking opportunities to help attendees explore options they didn't even know they had.

SHIFT is free for undergraduate students, graduate students and young alumni from the University of Saskatchewan's College of Arts and Science.

Register now on Eventbrite.

More information about the conference, including workshop descriptions and the speaker lineup, can be found on the SHIFT website.

 


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