Dear Participants of Career Horizons: Building the Landscape of the Future,
We hope this message finds you well. We are excited about the overwhelming response we have received for our upcoming event, and we genuinely appreciate your enthusiasm and support for Career Horizons.
Due to an unexpectedly high number of registrations, we have had to make a change in the event venue to accommodate everyone comfortably. The new venue for the Career Horizons event will be:
Venue: Lecture Theatre Room, 124 Richardson Center for Food Technology and Research, University of Manitoba
We believe this change will ensure a better experience for all our participants and provide ample space for networking and learning. Rest assured that the event date and time remain the same:
Date: October 26th
Time: 12-3 PM
We understand that some of you may have made prior arrangements based on the previous venue, so we apologize for any inconvenience this change may cause. However, we are confident that the new venue will enhance your experience and provide a more conducive environment for networking and learning.
We look forward to hosting you at the Richardson Center and providing you with valuable insights and networking opportunities. As a reminder, here are some of the benefits you can expect:
Expert Guidance: Learn from seasoned professionals who have successfully navigated the academic and industry world.
Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded individuals and build your professional network.
Free Lunch: Enjoy a delicious meal on us during the event.
Certificate of Attendance: Receive a certificate recognizing your participation.
If you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate your understanding and flexibility in this matter and are committed to making this event a valuable experience for everyone involved.
Looking forward to seeing you at the Career Horizons event at the new venue in the Richardson Center!
Executives, PDFs and RAs group from FAFS
Mohammad Sayari, PhD
Postdoctoral Researcher/Sessional Instructor
Room 331, Department of Plant Science
University of Manitoba
R3T 2N2, Canada