mobile navigation

Our campuses remain closed, but we're open virtually. Find out about our 2020 Fall Experience Guarantee.

skip to main content

Events

Jul 20
Virtual Events Calendar - July 20 to July 24

Location - Online

People working on laptops

Sheridan's Centre for Student Success has gone virtual with its supports and resources, including a calendar of events to help you thrive during your remote learning experience.

On tap for the week of Monday, July 20 to Friday, July 24 are the following sessions.                                                  


Tuesday, July 21

12 p.m - 1 p.m - When plans change: Managing disappointment and becoming resilient

As we start to re-adjust from online instruction, isolation, and physical distancing to a "new normal", this webinar will explore a few healthy practices for increasing your level of resilience and coping with change and disappointment (Intended for Post-Secondary Students)

Register for the session via WebEx


Wednesday, July 22

3 p.m - 4 p.m - How to Get Fit At Home

Tamia from Sheridan Athletics will be hosting a live session to help you learn the benefits of at-home workouts, and finding an exercise program that works for you. Join the conversation during this live event in support of your physical wellness! 

Register online                                                       


Thursday, July 23

10 a.m - 11:30 a.m - Impression Session! How You Can Ace The Interview

How do I make the best impression in an interview? Learn tips and tricks to prepare for an interview, and how to ace the questions employers ask to land the job. 

Email careerready@sheridancollege.ca to register or visit the Career Centre on Sheridan Central         

 

1 p.m - 2 p.m -When plans change: Managing disappointment and becoming resilient

As we start to re-adjust from online instruction, isolation, and physical distancing to a "new normal", this webinar will explore a few healthy practices for increasing your level of resilience and coping with change and disappointment (Intended for Post-Secondary Students)

Register for the session via WebEx

 

2 p.m - 3 p.m - The Importance of Intercultural Understanding and Inclusion in Advancing Career Prospects

Meet Elijah Williams. He is a proud Sheridan alumnus, currently the Director, Indigenous Engagement at Sheridan, and a strong advocate for equity and inclusion. Elijah will be discussing his transition from being a Photography student to managing and directing the Centre for Indigenous Learning and Support. Elijah will highlight how intercultural understanding and inclusion have contributed to his career journey and how it can advance students’ career prospects.

Register online