Workshops

TIME OUT FOR TEA: A VIRTUAL GATHERING FOR BIPOC, FIRST-TIME EXECUTIVES WHO ARE WOMXN

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FRIDAYS

2nd and 4th week of the month

12:00 - 1:00 PM EDT

An informal space hosted by Gracia Dyer Jalea for BIPOC, first-time executives who are womxn from around the world to socialise, network, learn and exchange experiences over a cup of tea.

Space is limited.

9am - Pacific Daylight Time 

11am - Central Daylight Time 

12pm - Eastern Daylight Time

1pm - Atlantic Daylight Time

5pm - GMT + 1/West African Time

6pm - Eastern Europe/Central Africa Time

7pm - East Africa/Arabia/Moscow Time

8pm - Gulf Standard Time

12am - China/Philippine Standard Time

1am - Japan/Korea Standard Time

From:

FREE

WEBINAR:

GRANT WRITING 101

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September 28, 2020

5:00 - 6:00 PM EDT

Grant Writing 101 is a webinar hosted by Gracia Dyer Jalea for first-time grant writers and those wishing to improve their success rate with grants.

The introductory workshop will cover the following topics:

  • Understanding your mission, vision and goals

  • Identifying mission aligned funders

  • Reading guidelines

  • Identifying partners, if needed

  • Developing activities, workback plan, schedule and budget

  • Evaluation and reporting

The workshop will be held virtually over Zoom and will be an hour in length. 

FEES:

$100 - Individuals joining on behalf of an organisation

$50 - Individuals

$30 - Students

SPACE IS LIMITED

From:

$30

CHARTING YOUR CAREER PATH THROUGH STORYTELLING

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SESSION 1: May 16, 2020

SESSION 2: May 23, 2020

12:00 - 1:00 PM EDT

This two-part, interactive webinar will guide participants through exercises that will teach you how to use storytelling as a tool for self-reflection when planning your future career goals. 

 

Participants will have a chance to hear and share stories of failure, resilience and triumph, while learning, through storytelling, how to:

 

  • Celebrate the uniqueness of your story

  • Identify your strengths and weaknesses

  • Identify your core values and key skill sets

  • Identify priorities 

  • Access your capacity for risk

  • Identify the conditions and support systems needed to succeed

  • Identify networks and resources to help you achieve your short term and long term goals

 

You will emerge from the webinar with tools and a plan to pursue your next career move.

 

Guest speakers and facilitators will include:

 

Emma Hartley, a Career Education Specialist at Ryerson University and a champion for new creative talent.  

Kate Sexton, a pilot for Air Canada and a volunteer for food security initiatives in Toronto.

Sandra Gasana aka Umuruta, a Rwandan / Canadian performing artist and the Settlement Policy Director for the Canadian Council for Refugees.

Benita Sarah Bailey, an Actor, Creator and Curator of the Black Filmmakers Germany Network.

Please click below for more extensive speaker bios.

From:

$40