Looking for career ideas, information, inspiration, motivation and advice?! Come to Work Your BA events to explore options, learn about different fields, and connect with McGill Alumni.
McGill's Career Planning Service (CaPS) and the Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS) have organized a buffet of events to feed your career curiosity.
WORK YOUR BA SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Presented by Career Planning Service (CaPS).
Whether you are in the first stages of writing your CVs and cover letters, or you are a seasoned applicant, writing CVs and cover letters is difficult work, and a little guidance might be helpful!
Remote Workshop #1 – Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship 101
Available Jan.20th & Mar.9th
This workshop will provide an overview of what technological innovation is and what entrepreneurship is, as well an overview of the Entrepreneurial Mindset, the Lean Launchpad methodology, the Business Model Canvas and the Lean Canvas.
Emergence, consciousness, and the poetics of video art
Thursday, January 21, 2021, 5:00-6:00pm (ET)
To register, please click on this link or ‘Contact Us’ above.
Are you thinking of pursuing a summer internship but are not sure where to start? Would you like to meet with a past intern and learn about their first-hand internship experience? Do you want useful tips and tricks for your own internship? Whether you are in the first stage of thinking about doing an internship or you are in the application process, don’t hesitate to come and learn from your peers!
AMI is here to help!
Junjie Zhou (National University of Singapore) Host: Leonie Baumann Field: Theory
Date: January 22, 2021 Event time subject to change.
9:00-10:30am Eastern Time
8:00-9:30pm Eastern Time
In summer 2020, 34 Faculty of Arts undergraduate students received $153,000 as recipients of the 2020 Faculty of Arts Undergraduate Research Internship Awards (ARIA). Congratulations to ARIA recipients on having successfully completed their ARIA projects!
Remote Workshop #1 – Design Thinking Methodology
Available Jan.27th & Mar.16th
The learning objective of this workshop is to understand the fundamentals of the Design Thinking Methodology and how it promotes innovation.
Prof. Timur Hammond, Syracuse University, will speak on: Religion In, Of, and From the City
Hosted on Zoom: https://mcgill.zoom.us/s/83467586121 Passcode: 1234
1:30 PM EST (UTC -5).
This is the second event of the speaker series How to Do Anti-Racist and Decolonial Work in the Academy and Beyond.
Are you open-minded? Do you welcome diversity and difference as an opportunity to learn and broaden yourself both professionally and personally? Are respect and dignity important for you in team building and community service?