Academic Support for Students news
Welcome new and returning students! The McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS) would like to welcome all new students to McGill and welcome back all returning students. This newsletter, entitled the CaPSScoop, is our primary publication and is designed to keep you informed about career and employment-related news, trends and events. You can expect to receive it around the 1st of every month.
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.
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!
The Program for the Advancement of Career Exploration (PACE) is designed to help you make decisions about your field of study and/or career options.
A July 24 Vancouver Sun article featured McGill Law grad Sophie Latraverse, who helped found the Haute Autorité de Lutte contre les Discriminations et pour l'Egalité in France.
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!
The Out on Bay Street Organizing Committee is excited to announce that registration for our 2009 conference and career fair is officially open! The conference will be held on September 25 & 26 at the Courtyard Marriott in Toronto, ON. This year is already shaping up to be bigger and better than ever! Our keynote speaker will be Mr. Jaime Watt, a leader in the LGBT community in Canada.
As the articling applications deadline for many large Toronto firms approaches (July 10), keep in mind that there are also many articling opportunities with smaller and medium-sized firms, both in and outside of Toronto. Click for more details.
Law student Sophie Roy-Lafleur is spending her summer learning Arabic in Amman, Jordan. She is documenting her experience here: http://sophieroylafleur.wordpress.com/
Follow Jodi Ettenberg (B.C.L. / LL.B. '02), a former corporate lawyer turned seasoned traveler, on her incredible journey around the world: http://legalnomads.blogspot.com/