Recordings of Past Education Career Services Online Workshops


The information and advice contained in the following workshops were accurate at the time of delivery. In the event of a discrepancy between a recording and up-to-date information (e.g. website), the latter shall prevail.


Substitute Teaching Information Session | June 2022

This session is for all pre-service teachers studying at McGill (MATL, and all BEd specializations – PhysEd, K/Elem, Secondary, Music). In this session, your Education Career Advisor offers up-to-date information about application processes and pathways to substitute teaching positions in Quebec. Access the slides here.



Grad School 101 Information Sessions | October 2021

These two information sessions specifically developed for undergraduate students in the Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Bachelor of Education programs at the McGill Faculty of Education who are interested in pursuing graduate studies.

These sessions offer a comprehensive look at what questions to take into account before applying, and are designed to provide information and strategies about the application process in order to maximize your chances of success!

It's a great opportunity to gain some insights on the following topics & questions: Why should I go to grad school? What is it like to be a graduate student? (workload, tips for success, advice) How do applications work? How do I ask someone for a letter of reference? What should I write in my letter of intent? What is should I include in my academic CV? Should I apply for Thesis or non-Thesis? What is the difference?


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