Academic Support for Students news
The Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP) campaign for 2009-2010 is now open. Full-time students looking for part-time and summer work with the Federal Government are encouraged to apply.
On behalf of the McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS) and the McGill Library, CaPS is delighted to announce that the The Big Guide to Living and Working Overseas On-Line has been added to our vast collection of career resources at McGill University.
Christopher Calce, a student representative for the Canada Revenue Agency, will be holding drop in hours between 12:45 and 2:15 on October 21, 2009 and October 28, 2009 in the CaPS office, Brown 2200.
Considering Graduate School? Plan to attend the McGill Graduate & Professional School Fairs to start researching potential graduate schools or programs.
One employer, thousands of opportunities. More than 30 federal department and agencies are recruiting between September 9 and October 9, 2009.
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.
The applications for the licensing process will be available online at www.lsuc.on.ca, lawyer licensing starting October 5, 2009 for the 2010-11 term. The due date to have the application in is December 7, 2009.
Fall 2009 recruitment in the areas of Consulting, Financial Institutions & Information Technology is here. Find out more by attending Company Presentations, Career Fairs and reading our brochures on Campus Recruitment (ie how to search, upload documents, apply, sign up for interviews, etc.) and Career Fairs.
The McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS) is pleased to announce that, as of September 1, 2009, all McGill alumni will be given access for life to the “myFuture” job search and career tools suite free of charge.
Are you graduating? Post-Secondary Recruitment seeks university graduates who have the qualifications needed to fill entry-level positions in federal government departments and organizations.