What Should I Do with My Life?

| January 24, 2019
Submitted by Danya El-Ahmed for Open Circle

What Should I Do with My Life?

How can you balance your studies and career path with your other interests and passions?

How can you give back to the community and make a difference through your chosen life path?

Join Open Circle for a vocation exploration with a variety of panelists, as they share their stories on how they found a sense of meaning and purpose in their careers, studies, volunteer work or lifestyles.

Panelists include:

  • Sonia Kumar, Executive Director of Body Brave
  • Monica Plant, Writer, sculptor, and post-care giver
  • Andy Crowell, McMaster Ecumenical Chaplain
  • Dr. Ana Campos, Director of School of Interdisciplinary Science

Light refreshments provided.

A McMaster Thrive Week event, sponsored by Open Circle.

 

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2 thoughts on "What Should I Do with My Life?"

  1. Billy Luchak says:

    Hi, I read up on this event and am very interested in attending. When is the event and how do I register?

    Thanks, Billy

  2. Hi Billy,

    Thank you for your interest!
    The event is in LR Wilson Hall 1003. No registration required, just drop by!
    Please note panelists have changed:

    Panelists include:
    Dr. Ana Campos, Director of McMaster’s School of Interdisciplinary Science
    Andy Crowell, McMaster Ecumenical Chaplain
    Nicole Catenazzi, Entrepreneur, Yoga and Meditation Teacher, Life coach
    Carl Ingram, Retired therapist; Leadership Development and Workplace Trainer
    Monica Plant, Writer, sculptor, urban contemplative

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