Are you looking to jump-start your career but not sure where to begin? Do you have a hard time articulating the unique strengths you would bring to an employer? Join Magnet (an initiative of Ryerson University) and Epilepsy Toronto Employment Services for the ALiGN for Diverse Recruitment Webinar.
This 1.5 hour, interactive webinar will explore ALiGN, a new job matching tool that connects job seekers to employers through a personality assessment. Given the changing employment landscape, now is a perfect time to uncover your hidden strengths and explore how you can use this information in your job search.
When signing up for ALiGN, job candidates will complete a confidential personality assessment. This assesment will identify their own unique characteristics and they are then matched with roles based on aptitude and personality attributes. ALiGN is an opportunity to explore career options you may not have previously considered.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot in the ALiGN for Diversity Recruitment Webinar and get started on exploring your career journey.
ALiGN for Diversity Recruitment Presenters
Elizabeth Mohler works as Project Coordinator, Inclusive Hiring at Ryerson Magnet. She has co-authored ‘Creating a Culture of Accessibility in the Sciences’ and has worked for several years mentoring post-secondary students with disabilities. She helps them to find and implement new learning strategies.
Elizabeth sits as an active member on the Ontario government education standards committee. She provides consultation and helps develop strategies to inform a more inclusive education landscape. In addition, she has been a contributing member to the Labour Canada Breaking Down Barriers Project developed by the National Educational Association of Disabled Students.
Jessica Dubelaar is the Project Manager, Inclusive Hiring for Magnet at Ryerson University. The Inclusive Hiring team oversees Magnet’s portfolio of initiatives that support the hiring of diverse talent. This includes: ALiGN, Discover Ability Network and Hire Immigrants. Jessica joined Ryerson in 2016 as an International Partnership and Project Coordinator with Ryerson International. She had a focus on supporting the implementation of Ryerson-led international development projects. She also supports the strategic partnership development function of the unit.
Prior to joining Ryerson, Jessica worked in the field of international cooperation. Her recent roles include public engagement work with Cuso International, acting as Executive Director for both the Ontario and Atlantic Councils of International Cooperation. She has also held positions with the Innovation Institute of Ontario, the University Health Network and non-governmental organizations in Ghana and Nigeria.