QSAA has you covered as you prepare to end your time as a Queen's student!
QYourFuture programming offers the Class of 2015 the opportunity to develop their professional skills, leverage Queen’s resources and services, and network with alumni, in order to help them on their desired path as they enter into a new relationship with Queen’s University as an informed, involved, and ultimately invested alumni. Take charge of your future now by joining Queen's Connects on LinkedIn to ask any questions you may have about career paths, job qualifications, or interview advice.
Here are just some of the events run under QYourFuture programming:
Did you know that 85% of workplace success is connected to your people skills? Your ability to understand and incorporate practical people skills is incredibly important. Learn about dining etiquette, your elevator pitch, power wardrobe choices, and wine etiquette.
When:January 28, 2015
Register online now
The QSAA offered free professional headshots at the Career Services Career Fair 2014 to equip students with a valuable tool - headshots, the "new handshake" in the business world. Photos were taken by Yearbook & Design Services.
Several Queen's students were credentialed members of the Queen's Park press gallery on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 for the QSAA's Media Day. These students met with political leaders including Queen's alumna Premier Kathleen Wynne, Artsci'77, and interim Ontario PC leader Jim Wilson. Special thanks to Sun Media columnist Christina Blizzard for hosting. More photos are available on the Queen's Alumni Flickr.
GradBash is a celebration for graduating students to gather together, meet featured alumni, and realize the resources available after graduation through the Queen's University Alumni Association (QUAA). This event is held in Grant Hall in March.
The Queen's University Alumni Association (QUAA) welcomes the class of 2014!
For inquiries or more information, contact:
Kristen Olver, Student Transition Chair
Phone: 613-533-6000 ext. 77520