January 25, 2023, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. PT/ 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. ET
Learn how to make those first few seconds count at PLT Canada’s Making a Great First Impression at a Green Job webinar on Jan. 25, 2023 from 1–2 pm PT/ 4–5 pm ET!
First impressions are important—they set the tone for the relationship, and they can make a difference in whether you land a job or not. What you wear and your body language, tone, and mannerisms all contribute to that first impression.
Join PLT Canada’s Making a Great First Impression at Green Job webinar to learn how you can put your best foot forward in professional settings.
PLT Canada’s skill-building webinars are a great place to practice your professionalism.
Professionalism includes “the way you carry yourself, your attitude and the ways you communicate with others.” How can you do this?
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Jerri Taylor, Director, Diversity in Career Pathways
Jerri leverages successful tools and resources to build support programs for diverse young people as they navigate green careers. She leads the career pathways programming, the Green Mentor program, and the Green Jobs employer training efforts.
Maria Chiarella, Manager, Mentorship and Youth Programs
Maria manages mentorship programs at a national and international level, and coordinates career pathway resources and opportunities for youth. Maria engages young people to learn about and connect to the outdoors, and to be inspired to pursue green careers.
Brittany Lodge, Coordinator, Youth Programs
Brittany supports the entire PLT Canada team in enhancing the number, relevancy, and accessibility of opportunities for a wide range of youth in the forest and conservation sectors.
Shwetha Kengasur Venkatesh, Coordinator, Green Jobs
Shwetha supports PLT Canada’s Green Jobs program with employer and youth outreach and administrative support, and she also develops communication materials and reports.
Mira Williamson, Manager, Communications & Media Relations
Mira elevates the impact that SFI and PLT Canada programs have on people, communities, and forests. She promotes forest-focused collaborations and creates more interest for future collaborations with articles, ads, and webpages.
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