CSI's collaboration weeks in Winter 2023 semester


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We’re excited to bring you this semester’s Career Readiness Week!

Spill the tea

Monday, March 27, 2023

Spill the Tea – Connecting with CSI! 🎉
Hello, Condors! We are excited to invite you to our Spill the Tea Event: Connecting with CSI!
This time at Doon Campus in The Venue!
Come and join us whether you are a new or returning student; we want to share information about CSI and how we are here to help you and make your college experience unique!
Join us for some fun activities, games, food, and giveaways!!





So You Want To Be An Influencer? With Danielle is Anxious

Tuesday, March 28, 2023

So you want to be an influencer? Well here is your chance! Hosted by “Danielle is Anxious” (@danielleisanxious), Danielle channels her experiences with mental health and self-love into creative projects and events to raise awareness and inspire others.
She uses her social platforms to create conversation around living in a plus-size body and champion brands that are diverse and inclusive.
Food will be available

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Doors open at 6:30pm

EDM Night

Friday, March 31, 2023

Name a better excuse to work on your physical health than a DANCE PARTY!? Join us for a high energy night of electronic dance music (EDM for short) as we welcome DJs: B.R.A.I.N, DJ Order 66, Waves and our headliner Wenzday to The Venue stage.
Wanna learn how to shuffle? Now’s your chance! The Ottawa Shufflers Community will be there to teach you, so you’ll be cutting shapes in no time.
Don’t forget to break out your neon best to glow on the dance floor! . Glow body paint and face paint artist will be on site to complete your look and capture the moment with our 360 photobooth.
B.R.A.I.N @officiallybrain
Order66 @djorder66
Waves @wearewaves
Wenzday @wenzdaymusic

RSVP on Eventbrite!

Doors open at 8:00pm/ 19+ Event

Career Discovery Workshop with Jesse Lipscombe

Monday, March 30, 2023

Welcome to the Career Discovery Workshop! Join Jesse Lipscombe a actor, former athlete, activist and entrepreneur.
The Alberta native began his career as an actor at age 14 in the film, Children of the Dust, starring legendary actor, Sidney Poitier. At 18, Jesse accepted a full athletic scholarship to the prestigious Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA where he was a breakout track star. Presently, Jesse continues to act, while also producing many award-winning film and television productions (It’s Not My Fault, I Don’t Care Anyway, Tiny Plastic Men).
Outside of the arts, Jesse invests in various businesses and runs a consultancy, inspired by the #MakeItAwkward campaign he launched in 2016 to combat racism, misogyny, homophobia and hatred. He works with organizations and leaders to help them understand and address racism.
Doors open at 6:30pm
Food will be available!

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nternational Student Shares: Home Away from Home in Canada

Friday, March 10, 2023
Join our International Student Ambassadors to explore the diverse cultural events that take place in and around our campus cities!

We’ll showcase festivals, music, dance, food, and more.Discover ways to connect with your own culture, experience other cultures and meet people from different communities.

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South Asian Mental Health Fireside Chat

Monday, March 6, 2023
Being an International Student can come with many challenges, including your mental health!

Join an incredible event that shines light and hope on south Asian mental health with south Asian mental health resources, and a panel discussion looking at the pressures of moving to Canada and impacts on mental health.

With special guests Iman and Swapna.

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Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Workshop

Friday, March 10, 2023
Learn about anti-racism and anti-oppression in this workshop that helps you understand important concepts and make connections. Explore the impacts of oppression and racism on different levels and learn how you can support making a difference in your community.

This workshop is intended to be the third in the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series, preceded by Emotional Intelligence and Managing Difficult Conversations. Students are encouraged to participate in all three to increase learning and understanding but each workshop is valuable on its own.

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