CaPS - Resource Centre news
Get the latest job-search advice from McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS): See Job Choices, now available in digital format, so you can access from your smartphone, laptop, or tablet! Job Choices is the leading student-directed recruitment publication on campus.
Spring is nearly here, which means that you might be looking ahead and thinking of finding a summer job. We've also acquired some new titles to help you develop your career and/or prepare for graduate school.
Happy new year to everyone and best wishes for a successful 2010. We have quite a few new resources to help you develop your career - take some time at the beginning of this session to think about where you're at and where you'd like to go.
Read on for a list of new resources to help you find information on entrepreneurship and freelancing; careers in the arts, medicine, and public health; where to find non-profit and community services in Montreal; how to find funding for study in the U.S.; and discovering the value of 'manual work'.
The Working Abroad Edition The month of November offers you a number of opportunities to explore the possibility of working abroad after graduation. Specifically, we are planning 6 events associated Worldwide Careers Week, which runs from November 23 -27.
Are you interested in serving the Canadian public by working for the Federal Government? Don't miss out! Post-Secondary Recruitment (PSR) runs until October 8th and hundreds of jobs are available. If you are thinking about working for the federal government or simply curious about how what it would be like, October is the month for you!
Going Global's Canadian City Guides for Calgary, Edmonton, Montréal, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver are now available! Other new features include Central America Country Guides as well as an updated H1B Visa database. If you have any questions or have purchasing suggestions, don't hesitate to visit, call 514-398-3304 ext. 00950 or send an e-mail.
We are delighted to present our new website directory. Similar to our book catalogue, this filter lets you keyword search our extensive and constantly updated collection of links. We link you to literally hundreds of web resources on dozens of career topics. We've added new books to our collection. Going Global has some new features!
Perspectives on Labour and Income Summer 2009 is available now. It provides current labour market information. For more U.S.-specific information, consult NACE's Salary Survey. The Canadian Environmental Resource Guide 09/10 is now available. This extensive directory of Canadian environmental resources contains 13 indexes and much more!
Dozens of new resources have arrived to help you explore career options and industries, identify potential employers, find jobs, stop procrastinating, get organised, learn to network effectively, and much more! We also have the latest issues of our serials, new free publications, and offer a round-up of helpful web resources!
We have many new items in the resource centres downtown and at Macdonald campus, including serials, free publications, books and DVDs. Music students: did you know that you have access to the Bridge, the New England Conservatory’s job site? For questions, more information or purchasing suggestions, visit us or e-mail email@example.com.
Summer will soon be here and many of you are looking for summer jobs or embarking upon careers. We've been busy acquiring new resources to guide you through professional and personal development.
The latest issues of our subscription periodicals are now available, including the winter issue of Job Postings magazine. Other new acquisitions include 'Asperger Syndrome & Employment: What People with Asperger Syndrome Really Want' and the 'NACE Winter 2009 Salary Survey: 2008-2009 Beginning Offers'. Did you know that you can check out A/V materials overnight?
The latest issues of International Career Employment Weekly, Canada Employment Weekly, the Chronicle of Higher Education, University Affairs, Artsboard and Verge Magazine are now available. We've also received new items that are available for you to borrow overnight. Did you know that we have information on current external scholarships here at CaPS?
Happy new year and welcome back! Latest issues of our electronic and print subscriptions, Vault guides in book format, and free publications now available
The latest issues of Jobs Jobs Jobs, International Career Employment Weekly, Canada Employment Weekly, the Chronicle of Higher Education and Current Jobs in Liberal Arts are now available. We now have the latest editions of the most popular Vault guide titles in book format. We've also received new issues of free magazines. Find these on our shelves in the hallway outside of our office.