Thu, May 19

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Webinar

'Feeling Stress? Let's Learn How to Cope & Make It Our Friend' with UBC Guest Speaker

Are you new in BC and/or are you struggling with stress from work and life? Being immersed in a new culture or constant stress can be an overwhelming experience. In this workshop, you will learn how stress impacts your life in different ways: your body, emotions, thoughts, and behaviors.

'Feeling Stress? Let's Learn How to Cope & Make It Our Friend' with UBC Guest Speaker

Time & Location

May 19, 10:00 a.m. – May 20, 10:00 a.m.

Webinar

About the Event

In partnership with Vancouver Public Library 

Speaker Bio: 

Shabnam is a Graduate Student Career Advisor with the Centre for Student Involvement & Careers at the University of British Columbia, where she is also pursuing a Diploma in Counselling. Shabnam also holds a Master's in Economics from UBC. Before helping students navigate their careers, she worked as a policy analyst and consultant for non-profit and private sectors focused on designing policy solutions to climate change.

We will look into effective coping strategies in becoming more motivated & productive so you can approach your goals with increased comfort and confidence.

To register for this event, please fill out this form  http://bit.ly/BCSISRF

Please fill out this form 24 hours before the event to ensure that you get the link to attend.

Eligibility: work/study permit, PNP nominees, refugee claimants, and naturalized citizens.

To join you will need a computer, tablet or phone with the app Zoom. A link and password to join the event will be sent to registrants.

BC Settlement and Integration Services (BCSIS) is one of the many programs within S.U.C.C.E.S.S., a multicultural, multi-service social service agency. BCSIS is funded by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs to provide support to post-secondary international students, foreign workers who hold a valid work permit, PNP applicants, refugee claimants in employment, settlement, and exploring immigration pathways. Naturalized citizens are eligible for employment services.

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