SEPTEMBER 24, 2022 – HOMECOMING AMBASSADORS NEEDED
Share your time as Homecoming Ambassadors: volunteer as a host on September 24, 2022. Shifts are available from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Greet guests and/or provide tours of the school. Email email@example.com for more information.
OCTOBER 13, 2022 – GRADE 9 CAREER SPEAKERS
French-speaking alumnae to participate in Grades 11 and 12 Advanced French Conversational Exercises: between October 2022 - April 2023
Essentials Math 40s Career Speakers: Ongoing with curriculum
Alumnae to share expertise in financing, loans, markets and investing, vehicle financing, basic saving ideas, or how to pay/ budget for post-secondary, mortgages, and home financing/ budgeting.
NOVEMBER 24, 2022 – ASK AN ALUM POST SECONDARY PANEL Q&A AND TRANSITION DISCUSSIONS
MARCH 8, 2023 – INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY, GRADE 10 CAREER SPEAKERS
APRIL 19, 2023 – PANEL INTERVIEWS (MENTORS NEEDED AS PANELISTS)
We are seeking 50 community members to participate as mentors/ panelists. Please consider sharing your wisdom and career expertise to create a real-life interview experience.
Each panel will consist of 2 or 3 community members. Each interview is scheduled for 30 minutes comprised of: introductions, student-led resume presentation, Q&A, and feedback given by the panelists. For ease of scheduling students and panelists, we encourage mentors to sign up for two or more interviews. Thank you for your support!
Panel Interviews offer Grade 11 and 12 students an authentic opportunity to develop career readiness skills, practice professional interview skills and receive practical and individualized advice. These mock interviews, conducted by our community members, hope to foster mentorship for our students leaving SMA and entering the professional world.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 204-478-6030.
About our Career and Mentorship Program:
In 2017/2018 the Academy launched a Career and Mentorship Program which aims to engage alumnae to share their time and talents with students by participating in mentorship and networking opportunities — alumnae share their insight and expertise regarding their post-secondary journey and their career, and students benefit from their experience and wisdom. The Career and Mentorship Program is a partnership between the Alumnae Office and the Career Development and University Advising Program. Managing the Career and Mentorship Program are Amy Houston '03, Manager of Alumnae Relations, and Lindsey Fennell, Academic Advisor.
For the 2021-2022 school year, the Academy is seeking alumnae to share their career knowledge and experience in one or more of our Career & Mentorship programs. In particular, alumnae with experience in trades, computer science/IT, engineering, non–medical science fields, women in underrepresented industries or a unique/interesting field are sought.