Employment Strategist Appointments
How We Can Help
Planning your future in the middle of a pandemic isn't easy. You may feel stressed or discouraged and that's normal. Nobody can control what's happening out there but you can control how you respond. Working with a career professional can help you plan your next steps.
By taking small steps in your job or career search, you'll feel less anxious over time. Plus these tiny steps will yield results in the future. Taking action can boost your mental wellness and help you to see possibilities. Career Wellness is part of your overall wellness (see the graphic below)! Believe it or not, there is still a lot you can do to figure out your career direction or find work even during this time of physical distancing.
Talk to a Career Counsellor or Employment Strategist by phone, or video-conference today. We can help with decisions regarding your program, career goals and how to job search during this time.
Call us at 905-828-5451 or 905-828-5264 to make an appointment. We are looking forward to working with you!
Don't hesitate to contact the UTM Health and Counselling Centre for assistance.
Your privacy is respected in this process; we do not share information with others without your written consent unless required by law.
Our Employment Strategists have extensive experience helping people learn job search strategies. Industry-specific credentials include a Career Development Practitioner Certificate and the Career Counselling Certificate.
Ron Wener, Employment Strategist
BA English, University of Toronto
Certificate, Career Counselling, George Brown College
Ron is a passionate career educator who brings over 25 years of career development experience working with university students. He has worked in each of the three University of Toronto campus Career Centres in addition to his experience at the Arts and Science Co-op Office at UTSC and UOIT (now Ontario Tech University). Ron has extensive training in employment laws and workplace accommodation in addition to his training from the George Brown College’s Career and Work Counsellor Program and the Second City Improvisational Program.
Ron is an active member of the UTM community. You will often see him at many campus events, the RAWC or on his daily lunch hour walks on-campus. He was elected to serve as the Administrative Staff Representative on UTM Campus Council for a three-year term beginning July 2020.