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Internship & Student Affairs Office: Room 243 of the Education Building (McGill University)

ISA Office Address

Education Building (3700 McTavish Street)
Room #243 (2nd Floor)
Montreal, QC
H3A 1Y2

In-Person Counter Service:
Monday to Friday | 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 



  • Student Affairs: [at]
  • Student Teaching: [at]
  • Prospective Students: [at]
  • Career Services: [at]


In-person staffing of the ISA Office is currently limited and phone calls may not be answered. You may call and leave a voicemail, but you are encouraged to email us at the addresses above in order to receive a timely response.

  • Student Affairs: (514) 398-7042
  • Student Teaching: (514) 398-7046
  • Career Services: (514) 396-1089


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isa.director [at] (Yasmine Zein )

Student Affairs

isa.administrator [at] (Gabrielle Ohayon)
Student Affairs Administrator [at] (Debra Taylor)
Administrative &
Student Affairs Coordinator [at] (Pat Beauregard)
Administrative &
Student Affairs Coordinator

Student Teaching

internships.administrator [at] (Annie Baldessari)
Internships Administrator [at] (Marysa Maruca)
Placement Coordinator [at] (Omar Hejazin)
Placement Coordinator [at] (Jenna Prigioniero)
Internships Administrator (on leave)


B.A. Education in Global Contexts

internships.edgc [at] (Anurag Dhir)
Internships Administrator


Career Services [at] (Lara Franko)
Career Advisor


Student Recruitment [at] (Katherine Spandidakis)
Student Recruitment Associate


Student Wellness Hub in the Faculty of Education [at] (Marie-Eve Couture)
Wellness Advisor


Student Staff

Office Assistants: Anna Q. and Manya Z.
Career & Student Life Ambassador: TBD




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