Entrepreneurial Mindset Certificate: For Persons Living with a Self-Identified Disability Workshop 4: Meet with Jessica

29nov10:00 am12:00 pmEntrepreneurial Mindset Certificate: For Persons Living with a Self-Identified Disability Workshop 4: Meet with JessicaProgram typeAccess Ability Employment Stream

Event Details

For those with self-identified disabilities who want to focus on building transferable skills for success in job hunting and on the job, the Access Ability program offers the Entrepreneurial Mindset Certificate (EMC). The certificate provides eight sessions facilitated by leaders in their fields to provide participants with various information, such as mastering self-motivation, expanding your virtual network, and much more. All sessions are provided virtually.
  • Eligible to work in Canada
  • Resident of Atlantic Canada (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Self-identifies as living with a disability

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Speaker: Jessica Kenney

Jessica Kenney is a Fredericton based non binary, disabled, neurodivergent artist, musician, and poet. They specialize in discovering unique and playful combinations between different mediums, including; digital art, needle felting, sculpture, illustration, watercolour, music and poetry. Not only is Jessica a college educated artist with diplomas from the Center for Arts and Technology, and the Gaming and Animation Institute of Fredericton, they are also a self taught flutist and poet. Jessica enjoys finding connections between unlikely mediums, in ways that delight both the artist and the viewer. With a motley and fun combination of techniques, Jessica explores chaotic ways of thinking and creating, resulting in the presentation of concepts and ideas in a new light. Jessica wants to make viewers question, learn, and think.

Jessica has recently exhibited their acclaimed installation “Touching Music” at the Fredericton Arts Alliance Group show at the Charlotte Street Arts Center. They also had several pieces of art, poetry and an installation included in the group exhibit and zine “Speaking Out”. Jessica received a JL Micro Bursary from the Jane Leblanc Legacy Fund for their installation “Touching Music” in September 2023. Jessica has recently been accepted to ArtsLink NB’s flagship Arts Accelerator, CATAPULT where they are honing the business side of their practise with the goal of growing their art practice.


November 29, 2023 10:00 am - 12:00 pm(GMT-03:00)

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