Graduate Events and Panels

Graduate Workshops

CaPS offers specialized services for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.  The workshops are to help you explore different career options in the industry, government, NGO, business, and volunteer sectors. Workshops offered by CaPS in regular basis: 

  • Career Development Workshops
  • Graduate Career Series
  • Academic Career Series
  • Government Career Series
  • For a full listing of workshops, and to RSVP, please log-in into myFuture -> Events.
  • If you have suggestions for future events, please feel free to send your ideas to susan.molnar [at] (Susan Molnar).

SkillsetsSKILLSETS offers professional development workshops for graduate students. This suite of workshops is designed to complement the research training with general transitional/professional skill development opportunities recommended for training High Quality Personnel.  For a list of coming workshops, visit: Upcoming Events

TRaCE McGill TRaCE McGill tracks and reports on the career pathways of PhD graduates. TRaCE helps connect PhD graduates with other grads and current PhD students.  The Pathways for PhDs is a speaker series that brings McGill PhD graduates back to share what they have learned as they made their way to their current positions. For a list of upcoming events, visit: Upcoming Events

Career Resources

If you are looking for publications on the academic job market, non-academic job careers, and on job search techniques:

Academic Career Series is designed for PhD students.  They are offered every October by faculty members,.

Academic Career Series

Panel and Presentation Topics

Individual career panels and workshops designed for graduate students. They are offered throughout the year. 

Graduate Career Series

Panel and Presentation Topics

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