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Since 2009, SKILLSETS continues to provide general, transitional, and professional skill development opportunities to complement the research training provided by the academic experience at McGill for all graduate students.

SKILLSETS is stewarded by Teaching and Learning Services. Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and Student Services are the primary collaborators, continually advising on SKILLSETS programming, and making a variety of other contributions to all aspects of the SKILLSETS program, from delivery of workshops and special events, to developing connections with alumni and industry partners. Together, we develop and promote interdisciplinary professional development offerings to all graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.

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Are you an undergrad?

Discover SKILLS21, the undergraduate skills program.

As a McGill student, your participation in full to activities such as training workshops and volunteering are tracked on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR)! Having your co-curricular activities listed in one document can help you revise your CV or cover letter, prepare for interviews, and explore career options. Learn how to leverage this important document through myInvolvement, and make your training count!

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