MITRA Career’s Workshop 2019
Already working, but looking for direction or facing challenges at work?
Want a Buddhist perspective on having a career?
Come along to our MITRA Careers Workshop to find out more!
To register, please follow the link below:
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**Finding Your Path**
At the core of Buddhism is practice and work is a major part of our lives. By integrating the Buddhist practice into our work, we live in accordance with our Buddhist principles and practices, and our daily work becomes our spiritual service.
MITRA Careers Workshop will include:
– Panel discussion on how Buddhism relates to workplace challenges, decision making and our career choices
– Career development session with tips on job applications, building confidence from within, finding opportunities and mentors
– Networking/group sharing of reflecting on the day
– Featuring Buddhist alumni speakers from various professions such as IT, health, consulting, finance, marketing, and more.
There will be opportunities to hear inspiring and informative talks, ask questions to the panelists to help you find your way along our interconnected career and spiritual paths.
Time: 10am – 1pm
Location: UTS (Room TBC)
Cost: $10 donation to MITRA which will go towards funding our events, sponsorships for students and the conference
Teresa Ng: email@example.com or 0434 191 309
Mitra Conference 2019
SOCIALLY ENGAGED, SPIRITUALLY AWARE
The Mitra conference will be returning to round out 2019!
NOVEMBER 30TH – DECEMBER 1ST
Spituality is a term usually associated with a separation from the bustle of community engagement. When we think of spirituality, our current perspective of the terms leads us to a concept of coming back to nature and environment outside of the city, the campus, or the workplace and away from others. However, spirituality can be found even when communicating with other people, and is just as important in our daily lives as logic and reasoning. This applies just as well on social media platforms such as instagram, facebook and twitter. Come and join as we discover what it means to be socially engaged, but remain spiritually aware.
Speakers include: Bhante Suddhaso, Ven. Hui Cen, Ven. Bhante Pandit, Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel, Bhante Buddharakkhita, Ayya Yeshe, Andrew William and more….