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In-House Tutoring Support
Building Writing, Research, and Professional Skills outside FPH
The Career Development Office (CDO) helps with CVs, resumes, proposals, and finding jobs.
The Academic Advising Office helps you structure your degree program. Note that Academic Advising can also be program-specific. See your program page for academic advising.
The McGill Library has many resources to help students:
- To find a librarian for your faculty, click here.
- For a list of workshops, from time management to procrastination, click here.
- You can reserve a room or space in the library, here.
- For the basics on how to borrow books, click here.
- And so on!
Indigenous-specific librarians can further support your academic needs by providing tutoring sessions. These sessions can involve any aspect of the writing process such as brainstorming a topic, discussing concepts or citations (e.g., Chicago, APA, MLA), reviewing an outline or an early draft for a paper. Also, some students have used the time to practice oral presentations and review PPT slides, while others have concentrated on time management or study skills such as targeted reading. Finally, some students bring CVs and a few have brought applications for graduate school or funding. They are :
|Quaiattini, Andrea||andrea.quaiattini [at] mcgill.ca514-398-8087|
|Morris, Martin||martin.morris [at] mcgill.ca514-398-8140|
|Librarian, Schulich||schulich.library [at] mcgill.ca514-398-4734|
|Tummon, Nikki||nikki.tummon [at] mcgill.ca514-398-5727|