November 26, 2020
The New Reality of Work for Technical Professionals in 2020:
Managing Your Career in the Time of Covid-19
Speaker: Jackie Rafter, President & CEO, Higher Landing Inc.
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Mountain Time
University Outreach/YP e-Talk
This webinar will be especially helpful if you are a student grappling with career uncertainty, struggling to find work, want to change careers or just curious to know what’s ahead. In this webinar, Jackie Rafter will address how career management and job search has changed forever and how to take control of your career during the pandemic. You will learn:
• What has changed since COVID-19?
• How to build a career that is aligned to the new reality of work
• The importance of knowing your value
• A model for building an effective personal career brand
• Top in-demand skills and jobs of 2020
• How to land a purposeful job in a competitive market
• How to thrive in the post-COVID-19 economy
The webinar is derived from Higher Landing’s proprietary Career Transition and Transformation program, which has been used to help over 1,000 Albertans pivot their careers and ‘land higher’ since the oil & gas crisis hit Alberta in 2015.
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About Student Membership
The CSPG University Outreach Committee
welcomes you to the student section of the CSPG website!
Student membership grants you the following
Online access to the Bulletin
of Canadian Petroleum Geology (our peer-reviewed journal) current issue
and archives dating back to 1953
Online access to the Reservoir
magazine current issue and archives
Discounts on Technical Luncheon
tickets, conferences, short courses, field seminars and social events
Scholarships and Awards
Cross-Canada Lecture Tour
Student Industry Field Trip
Summer Student Field Trip
Sporting and networking
events: 10K Road Race, Squash Tournament, Classic Golf Tournament,
Mixed Golf Tournament
The University Outreach committee
proudly organizes an annual cross country lecture tour series, where leading
geoscientists present their research at major Canadian universities. This is a
great opportunity to learn about the latest trends, meet industry professionals
and academics, and brush elbows with fellow students.
Our committee is comprised of young geoscientists who work for a variety of
roles in small to large companies in the energy industry. We meet on a regular
basis to discuss how we can best encourage and support university students they
navigate through the academic and into the professional world. We always
welcome feedback on our programs, lectures and events.
University Outreach Committee Chair:
Carson Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org)