For Undergraduates and Graduates:
McGill's Career Planning Service (CaPS) assists students in their search for a career following graduation as well as the pursuit of summer internships, part-time jobs and other employment opportunities while studying at McGill. CaPS hosts on campus recruiting events, job fairs and other career-oriented events year round, in addition to holding regular workshops on career planning and related topics. They can also help undergraduates with the decision to pursue and apply to graduate school. You can also visit the Career Resource Centre or set up a meeting with a career counselor who can help with your individual needs.
AAA Career Center
The American Anthropological Association's (AAA) Career Center provides ideas on how to use a degree in anthropology, the academic hiring process, and job seeking tips in addition to academic job opportunities.
For Graduates and Post-Docs:
SKILLSETS Career Guidance
SKILLSETS is a centrally-managed program jointly hosted by Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and McGill's Teaching and Learning Services. They develop and promote interdisciplinary professional development offerings for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows. They host workshops and other events focused on finding career opportunities, maximizing career skills, job applications and useful career training. Visit the SKILLSETS website for additional information on their career development opportunities.