Life, Love, & Identity for a Canadian Immigrant
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Degrees & Desires: Life, Love, & Identity for a Canadian Immigrant
Irritability, emotional distancing, and being pensive. These are common in immigrants who have left their family, friends and culture behind to begin a new life in a different society. Its not easy to integrate into Western culture, upgrading our education and trying surrender our familiar lifestyle. But we do it to reach long-term goals or offer more opportunities to our children. Often, we can become resentful, feeling that we are being stripped away of our relationships, values and sense of being. Those that do reach inner peace usually have a new blended sense of love and identity.
From his 25 years of career counselling, Peter will share anecdotes and principles for achieving a healthy balance. The talk will be conducted in English.
Peter Koropatwa Bio
As an English Teacher in Toronto, San Francisco, and Moscow, Peter Koropatwa developed a compassion for struggling immigrants and so began Ascend Career Services 20 years ago to help well-qualified but struggling talent find it’s way to the marketplace. Since then, he has founded Fusion Toronto Community Services, adding Science and Sports camps for children to the tutoring programs, relational, and career counselling services they provide. He loves helping people holistically and creatively.
Reception and networking: 6:00 pm- 7:00 pm
Nowruz visiting: 7:00 pm-8:00 pm
Mr. Peter Koropatwa presentation: 8:00 pm- 9:00 pm
The talk will be conducted in English.
Free parking and refreshments are provided for attendees.
This event is free; please don’t hesitate to invite your family members and friends to join.