CAREERS . . .
they just ain’t what they used to be!
– AND THAT’S A GOOD THING –
Science, Technology, Engineering, ART and Math (also know as S.T.E.A.M.)
careers align with the needs and expectations of today and tomorrow’s workplace.
Are you getting yourself ready?
Integrating ART into learning and careers, promotes new and creative possibilities for your future.
PLUS you’ll learn to think more critically, stretch your innovation muscles, and get more
comfortable with change and uncertainty in an ever-changing global work environment.
Maddie Leon as she explores her career interest in eco-fashion and
Jojo Kofi Afram as he pursues his dream to be a Michelin Chef, and
Victor St. Clair who uses the camera, videography, and graphics to capture a story.
to learn more about emerging and changing STEAM careers.
Terresa Augustine (nee Davis) has been facilitating, developing, and promoting career planning for 20+ years. Nominated by her peers, Terresa served as British Columbia’s representative on the Government of Canada’s National Integrated Development Strategy to raise awareness and develop delivery mechanisms to address Canada’s present and future career needs and paths (2003 – 2007), chaired BC’s Career Information Partnership Network (2002 – 2003) and served as Executive Director of the Career Management Association of BC (2001 – 2005).
Complementing her practical experience in career development, Terresa has a post-graduate certificate in Career Development from Royal Roads University (Victoria, BC Canada) and a Masters’ degree focused on leadership in a cross-cultural content. For more information on Terresa’s background and current projects visit taledi.ca.