- Thursday, 20 May 2021
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
With so many options of which direction to take in life, how do you know which one will be most fulfilling? Or if there are actually multiple options you could pursue? The ‘wicked problem’ of designing our life and career is universal – whether we’re just starting out, looking for a change in direction or seeking the next advancement.
Come along to this virtual workshop to learn about how design thinking can help us to tackle these career questions. Using Stanford University’s innovative approach, we’ll introduce you to the life design methodology and a range of collaborative activities to get you empathising, ideating and formulating career prototypes.
We’re not going to lie, these workshops push participants to be vulnerable, open-minded and collaborative. But that’s also what makes them so impactful.
Following this introductory session, you’ll be invited to attend upcoming student workshops as a co-facilitator, helping to lead small groups of students in life design activities and discussions to support them as they navigate their next transition.
This event is facilitated by UTS Careers.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The UTS Career Activators Network brings together professionals from a range of industries who actively support students in exploring and prototyping their future career options. As a member of the network, you also have access to professional development opportunities to support your own career growth. Join the UTS Career Activators Network LinkedIn group and start connecting with fellow activators.