Guests for the Career Series
Jackie Tse began his career as a SFU Arts Co-op term and has close to two decades of professional law enforcement experience at the Canada Border Services Agency (2005-present). He currently works as the Acting Manager, Regional Programs of Corporate, Programs, and Integration Management Division of the CBSA in the Pacific Region. Jackie continues to support and actively participates in various co-op and federal student work experience program hiring such as post-secondary students for non-uniformed positions within the CBSA. He is one of CBSA’s regional uniformed media spokesperson (2016-present) and one of the CBSA regional Honour Guards representing the Agency at various federal and municipal events.
The Career series event is a two-day event hosted by the Criminology Student Association and the School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University.
This two-evening event will feature guest speakers from a variety of professional backgrounds such as corrections, forensics, law, and cybersecurity, among others. This event will provide an opportunity for students to learn from professionals in criminology-related fields and gain insight into post-BA opportunities and career pathways. This event is open to current and intended SFU Criminology students. Students can sign up for one or both sessions.
Each Criminology Career Series session will feature short 5-7 minute presentations by six different guest speakers, followed by a general Q&A panel, and breakout tables/rooms for more specific discussions.
The first session on Wednesday, March 22nd will be over Zoom. The Zoom link details will be made available upon registration via Eventbrite. The second session on Thursday, March 23rd will be held at the SFU Burnaby campus. The exact location (building and room number) for the in-person session will be made available upon registration via Eventbrite. Also, catering (coffee, juice, and assorted baked goods) will be provided for the in-person session. Seats are limited for the in-person session, so please register as soon as you can.
The event cost is $5.00 and counts towards both nights (there is an added $1.66 service fee that is applied by Eventbrite). All proceeds will be donated to Turkey and Syria earthquake relief. We hope to see you there!
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