Get vaccinated

Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is the best way to protect yourself and to protect our community.
Vaccination is safe and free for everyone. 

Learn more about vaccination | Make an appointment to get vaccinated | COVID-19 Updates

Identify Your Goals: Create Your IDP


 Create Your IDP

Struggling to decide what to prioritize? Want to gain clarity on your goals for graduate school?


This online workshop is for students who want to identify their priorities for the next 6-12months. Using modules 1 and 2 of the myPath IDP Workbook, participants will reflect on their skills and interests and start building ideas for future goals. Participants will leave with a draft of their top priorities for the next year.


Note: This workshop is designed to be a followed by Plan Your Goals: Create Your IDP (part 2). Check out for upcoming dates and to find out about our other workshops!





myPath IDP Toolkit

Goal setting is an important predictor of wellbeing and success in graduate school.1  The IDP (Individual Development Plan) is a tool designed to help you articulate and plan your goals in different areas including career planning, wellbeing, professional development, and academic projects.

Think of your IDP as a tailored roadmap that guides you from where you are now to where you want to be. The purpose of an IDP is not to "lock" you into a set of goals, but rather to help you approach your work and life with more intention, and to adapt your plan when new challenges and opportunities arise.

McGill Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies developed the myPath toolkit specifically to help you create an IDP. If you have any questions about myPath, this workshop or the IDP, please contact lorna.maceachern [at]

Online Event Instructions

This workshop will take place on Zoom. The link for the workshop will be sent to you automatically after registration. To register, please click on the the date you wish to register for in the description. You will need to use your McGill Zoom account to register and access the meeting.

Back to top