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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 | 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. **Please note that in-person staffing of the ISA Office is currently limited and there may be times when the counter is periodically closed throughout the day


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


September 2021 Update: 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 [at] (Gabrielle Ohayon)
Student Affairs Administrator [at] (Debra Taylor)
Administrative &
Student Affairs Coordinator [at] (Pat Beauregard)
Administrative &
Student Affairs Coordinator

STUDENT TEACHING [at] (Jenna Prigioniero)
Internships Administrator [at] (Marysa Maruca)
Placement Coordinator [at] (Vanessa Guercio)
Placement Coordinator

Annie Baldessari
Placement Coordinator
(On leave)

CAREER SERVICES [at] (Lara Franko)
Career Advisor

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

(On leave)

Wellness Advisor


Office Assistants: Khabiir
Career & Student Life Ambassador: TBD


McGill University is on land which long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. We acknowledge and thank the diverse Indigenous people whose footsteps have marked this territory on which peoples of the world now gather. Learn more.

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