Grad Career Month 2013 intends to shine a spotlight on a range of career paths that graduate students excel in but may overlook when conducting a job search post graduation.
We will introduce you to the illusive world of policy leaders and analysts, project management, communication, pharma careers, management consulting, international development and CEGEP teaching through a series of panels, presentations and speed mentoring events.
Daily Publication Society (DPS) Annual Student Journalism Week
Learn everything you've ever wanted to know about aspects of journalism: everything from how to investigate a tip to media law to copy editing.
Photo Editing Workshop (2pm - 3pm, Shatner B-24)
Learn how a photo gets into the paper: from how to cover an event or story to how to edit your photos.
The premise of the CaPS Job Finding Club (JFC) is that finding employment is in itself a full-time job, which may be easier if done with a group of people. The JFC consists of a group of ten to fifteen graduating students, all of whom are seeking employment. You will have each other for support, with the assistance of a CaPS facilitator and the career advisors.
The McGill Alumni Career Services is happy to announce the Backpack to Briefcase 2013 Series!
Three days of events to help you learn about environmental career options.
Work Your BA
So…“What are you going to do after you graduate?!”
The question is no doubt familiar, and potentially anxiety-provoking, to any student or soon-to-be Arts graduate, and it can be a challenging one to answer.