SOLD OUT – alumni UBC Career Conversations

Career Conversations

A solution-focused, hope-centered, and action-oriented approach to career design

Career Conversations provides an action-oriented career exploration opportunity specific to you. Over the course of four individualized one-hour sessions, you will gain insight about your skills, strengths, and values, and learn how to leverage these to create momentum and hope as you design a meaningful and fulfilling career.

Upon completion, you will be equipped with an action plan to take your career exploration to the next level.

The Career Conversations program is based on the principles taught in alumni UBC’s popular Career Agility course and is facilitated by our UBC Master’s level Counselling Psychology intern.

Who is this for?

This program is offered exclusively to graduates of the University of British Columbia. It is well-suited for alumni:

  • Contemplating a career transition
  • Hoping to advance in their industry
  • Seeking more fulfillment from their current role
  • Who feel stuck or want to create new career possibilities

How is the Career Conversations program delivered?

Career Conversations is delivered in person at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre on UBC’s Point Grey Campus. Sessions are provided in person. Spots are limited.

Who is facilitating this program?

Leah Marks is alumni UBC’s career advising intern and will be facilitating the pilot of the new Career Conversations program. A proud UBC alumna, Leah draws on considerable experience in various community and higher education environments. For the last few years she has served in the role of Academic Advisor for the UBC Faculty of Arts, while completing her Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology. She has a particular interest in supporting individuals with varying abilities and strengths in finding work that is relevant and interesting to them while maximizing their strengths. She looks forward to exploring career curiosities, questions, and challenges with UBC alumni and assisting them in enhancing their career agility and confidence.


The initial 2017/2018 offering of this program is sold out. Stay tuned for more information on career advising.

Refund Policy: If you would like to withdraw from this program, please submit written notice at least three business days before your first session begins to be eligible for a refund (less a $25 administration fee). No refund will be made for cancellations received later than three business days before the session begins.

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