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Good Career

Is there an ethical approach to job seeking?

Father's car??

Father's car??

This is an introductory workshop which explains to students who are entering the workplace how any career can be good for society and the environment if they approach it in an ethical way. The workshop also shows how this ethical approach can lead to greater resilience and flourishing for students in their careers. 

The workshop is being run by Nick Francini, a social entrepreneur based in London and Manchester. He is the co-founder of Good Works, an organisation which uses creative techniques to help people make their workplaces more ethical. 

In this session, in order to develop some of these themes, Nick will be helping us to reflect on the current Refugee Crisis and show how our response to this reflects our own ethical priorities. Should be very interesting!

All are most welcome!

Earlier Event: January 20
On the Mountain
Later Event: March 23
Reading Group: Family in Crisis?