Interview: Tips for Job Seeking After Graduation

I had the wonderful opportunity of interviewing Gwen Dimen, an employment advisor at the Vancouver Airport Authority on her top Tips for Job Seeking After Graduation. This educative video was edited on Adobe Premiere for the Career & Volunteer Services Facebook, (direct upload for quality). The captions were written and timed on Youtube but downloaded … Continue reading Interview: Tips for Job Seeking After Graduation


Interview: Glenda’s Career Tip Video

During the conference, I filmed one on one interviews with our speakers in addition to capturing event photography, making sure presentation slides were running smoothly, and overall event tasks. This was edited on Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Here is a video of Glenda Watson Hyatt, a motivational speaker who overcomes cerebral palsy using her iPad … Continue reading Interview: Glenda’s Career Tip Video

Backpack to Briefcase Career Conference

My primary role as the Faculty Engagement Outreach and Events Co-ordinator included the following event logistical and marketing duties: Liaise with Speakers: Collect their headshot and biography, collect presentation materials, communicate event details, organize parking details and schedule a time to film one-on-one interviews. Transition and monitoring of registration on Eventbrite. Experience with creating event … Continue reading Backpack to Briefcase Career Conference

Semester in Dialogue: Semester Outside in the City II 2016

This summer I had the pleasure of participating in the Semester in Dialogue program. Our semester focused on opportunities for Outdoor Learning, innovative education models for collaboration and social justice issues. We had inspiring discussion leaders join our circle every week, from Vancouver Parks Board, City planners, Social planners, and Aboriginal activists, we discussed a … Continue reading Semester in Dialogue: Semester Outside in the City II 2016

Media Minds Film Festival 2015/2016

Media Minds is a program which aims to help immigrant youth by using videography as a tool to creatively learn English. The goal of the program is to help participants improve on important skills, such as communication and teamwork, to better transition them into Canadian society. Focusing on group work and peer-to-peer mentorship, Media Minds … Continue reading Media Minds Film Festival 2015/2016

SFU Residence Fall Move-in During my summer co-op as a Marketing and Communications Assistant at SFU Residences, I enhanced my social media skills on Hootsuite by posting daily on Twitter and Facebook feeds. Key word limits for readability on Twitter were within 100 words but Facebook pages could exceed this limit due to the numerous questions and concerns from the student community that quick … Continue reading SFU Residence Fall Move-in