A year and a half after he graduated from college, Sean Aiken found himself struggling to answer the question “What should I do with my life?” His mother suggested teaching. His older sister told him to apply for an entry-level corporate position. His father said, “it doesn’t matter what you do, just make sure it’s something you’re passionate about.”
Taking his father’s advice to heart, Sean created The One Week Job Project and embarked on an epic journey to find his passion. His goal – work 52 jobs in 52 weeks. http://oneweekjob.com/documentary
GET YOUR TICKETS
1. ONLINE oneweekjob.eventbrite.com Admission – $10
Super Supporter – pay more with a Super Supporter ticket! (funds go towards the One Week Job mission of inspiring others to find their passion).
2. AT THE DOOR Admission – $12
Or by donation for students and underemployed – suggested $5
(no one will be turned away for lack of funds)
WHEN: Jan 15, 2011
WHERE: Pacific Cinémathèque Pacifique, 1131 Howe Street.
2PM Reception, followed by a screening of the film. There will be a post film Q&A with Sean Aiken & Ian MacKenzie.
* a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Steps Over Swaziland (http://www.nnlfilm.com/steps-over-swaziland)
Musical performances during the reception by Karly Warkentin and guests. Copies of Sean’s book One-Week Job Project and One Week Job on DVD available for sale!