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Accessible Career Exploration

20 Feb 2019
to
24 Apr 2019

Accessible Career Exploration - Your CV and Cover Letter Wednesday 20 February, 2pm – 3pmMS-74: TLS Classroom, 3415 McTavish Street, Montreal, Quebec

Academic Career Series 2019, March 4-26

4 Mar 2019
to
26 Mar 2019

Designed for PhD’s, Academic Career Series will provide a series of panels and presentations addressing key elements of the doctoral process and the academic job search. Faculty will present on defending, academic applications and the interview. To register for all events, workshops and to view job postings go to myFuture . You have access to our services for up to one year after graduation. Use us, we want to be useful.

 

ACS 2019: [Mac] Academic Interview and Job Talk Panel

25 Mar 2019 10:00
11:30

Hear what faculty have to say about the academic job market, get tips on the application process, how to best position yourself to get interviews and job offers, and what to do if your luck is running out. The format will be brief presentations followed by a Q & A.

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Wellness 101

25 Mar 2019 11:30
12:30

WELLNESS 101 - for LAW STUDENTS

Come and meet your Local Wellness Advisor (LWA)! In this workshop you will explore different dimensions of wellness and learn more about wellness resources and tools available to students on and off campus. Want to learn what action you can take to improve your wellness? Drop by one of the sessions to begin to create your own wellness plan!

Facilitator: Shrabani Debroy

Concentration and Focus

25 Mar 2019 14:00
15:00
Have you ever wondered why you cannot focus and learn?  Do you catch yourself drifting away while in class or studying?  After attending this 60-minute webinar, you will be able to apply strategies that will allow you to concentrate more and make the best out of your student experience.

Happiness: The Workshop

25 Mar 2019 15:00
17:00
Happiness: The WorkshopDo you want to learn ways to become a happier person? Come learn about the science of happiness and discover how you can cultivate a positive mindset by taking in the good.

Facilitator: Anna-Maria BroomesSchedule & registration:

MUSA/CaPS Speed Mentoring Event

25 Mar 2019 17:30
19:30

Wondering what career options following your BMus?!

Inspiration awaits at the MUSA/CaPS Speed Mentoring Event!

Small groups of students will meet and talk briefly with a diverse range of performing/non-performing professionals who have used their musical training as a springboard to launch their careers!

 

ACS 2019: The Academic Interview and Job Talk Panel

26 Mar 2019 10:00
11:30

Hear what faculty have to say about the academic job market, get tips on the application process, how to best position yourself to get interviews and job offers, and what to do if your luck is running out. The format will be brief presentations followed by a Q & A

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Skills for Assertiveness

26 Mar 2019 10:00
12:00
Skills for Assertiveness

Do you find yourself saying YES to requests that you should really say NO to? Do you have difficulty accepting constructive criticism? Do you have problems asking for what you want? Come and learn how to be assertive!

Facilitator:  Karen McGrathFormat: 2 series of 2 sessionsSchedule & registration:

Wellness 101

26 Mar 2019 10:00
11:00

 

WELLNESS 101 - at MAC

Come and meet your Local Wellness Advisor (LWA)! In this workshop you will explore different dimensions of wellness and learn more about wellness resources and tools available to students on and off campus. Want to learn what action you can take to improve your wellness? Drop by one of the sessions to begin to create your own wellness plan!  Drop-ins are welcome, registration is optional.

Careers at Fisheries and Oceans Canada

26 Mar 2019 11:30
13:00

Ms. Lontoc-Roy will present her McGill/Montréal experience and how that helped prepare her for managing complex federal programs. She will also provide an overview of Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the types of green careers it offers to university graduates.

Melinda Lontoc-Roy, B.Sc. Environment (McGill 2002); M.Sc. Plant Science (McGill 2005)National Manager, Ocean ModellingFisheries and Oceans Canada

MORSL Multifaith Choir session - Mar. 26

26 Mar 2019 17:30
19:00

Meeting at the Newman Centre (3484 Peel). Singing is a great way to relieve stress, and a fun way to meet other students from all kinds of backgrounds. What better way than to come together over music? Refreshments provided. RSVP please!

This weekly singing session runs through March 2019, and it is completely free for students!

Upon entering the Newman Centre, please remove your boots and leave them in the coatroom. Thank you!

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Spiritual Yoga with MORSL - March 26th

26 Mar 2019 17:45
19:00

The movement-based exercise that many Westerners associate with Yoga is in fact only the asanas, the physical branch of a multi-dimensional spiritual practice that originated in India thousands of years ago.

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Pre-Arrival Orientation Webinar - Part 1

27 Mar 2019 09:30
11:00
Learn about essential immigration documents Get step-by-step instructions on how to obtain your CAQ, Study Permit, and Visa or eTA (if needed) Understand how your Health Insurance plan works Register Here

Morning Morsel with MORSL - Mar. 27

27 Mar 2019 09:30
11:30

Looking to sweeten up your Wednesday mornings? Drop by McGill’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (MORSL, 3495 University Street, 2nd floor) for food, tea, coffee, and themed conversation in our accepting interfaith community! Come hang out in our sunny lounge, chat with other students, and explore what MORSL has to offer.

This weekly drop-in event will start on Wed. Feb. 20, and it is completely free for students!

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