Events / Graduate Student Resources

HOW DID YOU GET THAT JOB? An Informal Career Education Event and Program Social

Come out to this Social Event!

Friday, November 13th, 5:30-8:30 pm at the Heart and Crown on 353 Preston Street.

If you have any questions about the event contact irena.knezevic@carleton.ca. Please RSVP.

Click here to see the Nov 13 meet-the-alumni Poster!

At this event you’ll meet several alumni of the Carleton Communications Studies graduate program, including:

Jennifer Maybank

Program Coordinator, International Student Services Office, Carleton University

Jennifer is responsible for developing, coordinating, and promoting social, cultural and academic programming for incoming international and exchange students at Carleton University. This includes events such as International Edu-cation Week, Winter Orientation, and International Development

Cathy Allison

Manager, Radio Policy and Monitoring , Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

Cathy joined the CRTC in 2005. She has been involved in a variety of major regulatory proceedings including both the 2006 and 2014 Commercial Radio Policy Reviews, Local

Forbearance in the telecom market, and the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules. She has also been responsible for providing outreach and developing partnerships with international regulatory agencies, law enforcement organizations and industry associations.

Henry Guardado

Communication Officer at Health Canada

Henry works in the Communication and Public Affairs Branch. He provides media monitoring services for col-leagues across Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada. He tracks and analyzes health-related issues in the news (TV and radio broadcast/print/social media), writes daily communication reports, and liaises with upper management.


Liz Martin

Research Associate, Industry and Business Strategy Research, The Conference Board of Canada

Liz has worked as a researcher for 5 years, first with a private firm and presently with a national think-tank. Her current research focuses on skills and training, post-secondary education, and innovation. She works remotely from her home office in Kingston, where she lives with a radio geek.

And more to come……

See you there!

 
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