Tag Archives: York University

Becoming a well-rounded cyber security professional

Becoming a Well-Rounded Cyber Security Professional – Tips from Cyber Security Instructor Ali Khan (CISM, CISSP, CISA).   Ali Khan knows a thing of two about cyber security—he is a senior Information Technology, Cyber Security, and Risk Management professional with years of experience in the industry. He also holds CISM, CISSP, CISA designations and even […]

Too busy to work AND learn? Think again.

Many professionals believe that their busy lives will prevent them from going back to school. Forty plus hour work weeks. Family obligations. Volunteering and pursing personal hobbies. The solution is finding a part-time program that will not only help advance your career, but allows you the flexibility to handle all your other responsibilities. Rebecca Kapogiannis […]

Developing your personal brand is vital to career success.

The School of Continuing Studies at York University is pleased to announce the second instalment of our Career Growth series. For our next event we welcome Sean Mullin as our guest speaker. Sean is a CPA Ontario Student Representative. He has been a professional recruiter for 6 years and promotes the accounting profession as well […]

Continuing Education the Key to Prolonged Career Success

Technology has increased the competitiveness and pressure in today’s workplace, making continuing education another way to expand and learn new skills. Learning on the job is not quite what it used to be, leaving continuing education as an alternative to enhancing a skill set to achieve success in the workforce. It’s a path Steve Wuthmann […]

Media Planet: 5 Reasons Why Women Should Pursue A Career In Cyber Security

The competitive field offers women an ample opportunity for growth and success. Find out how. There’s a talent shortage in various cyber security fields, and women can position themselves to fill those gaps with great jobs in any role they choose to pursue. Sarah Qureshi, Cyber Security Advisor for Paladion Inc., shares her thoughts on […]

Metro News: Advance your career with continuing education says HR expert

One of the sure ways to advance your career is through formal continuing education, says human resources expert The rapid rate at which in-demand knowledge and skills change today, no matter the industry, makes it crucial for professionals to continuously advance their skill set to ensure they remain marketable, says one expert. “The marketplace is […]

Toronto Star: How to stay marketable

One of the sure ways to advance your career is through formal continuing education, says human resources expert. The rapid rate at which in-demand knowledge and skills change today, no matter the industry, makes it crucial for professionals to continuously advance their skill set to ensure they remain marketable, says one expert. “The marketplace is […]

Enter our #howIgotmyfirstHRjob contest!

Are you passionate about Human Resources Management? At York University’s School of Continuing Studies, we take pride in our Certificates that go beyond the basics, developing not only a specialized knowledge of human resources theories and practices, but the professional competencies to excel in a career. Enter our #howIgotmyfirstHRjob contest! Tweet us @Continue_YorkU  with a […]

Passings: Adele Minoli, York’s longest-serving employee

  Mrs. Adele Minoli, Program Coordinator at the York University English Language Institute (YUELI) until her retirement in early 2012, passed away on July 18, 2017 after a short battle with cancer. Adele began her career at Glendon College in 1965. Following her early years at Glendon and a number of key roles over the […]

Outstanding International Secondary Students Receive Prestigious Scholarship to York University

  Two international students at the J. Addison School in Markham, ON have been awarded $5,000 scholarships as a result of a fruitful partnership with the York University English Language Institute (YUELI). Emosa Xu ( Xu Yuxin) and Jenny Zou (Xue Ying) were recognized and awarded at a ceremony at the school on May 18, […]