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Published by the McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS), formerly Career & Placement Service (CAPS)
Federal Public Service Career Week saw many grad students attending. We hope our efforts have paid off in terms of networking opportunities and as an alternative career option for some of you.
We will host Grad Career Week, March 16-20th, 2009 from 12-5 in the Thomson House Ballroom. Details will follow. Anyone interested in event planning please contact Susan at email@example.com.
In this issue:
Academic conferences are the principal social arena for discussing your work. In fact, giving a conference paper is one of the few opportunities you will get, in person, to transmit your research to, and receive feedback from, others in your field. So it’s a good idea to make your conference papers count.
Following on the success of last November’s Learning to Teach Day, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (GPS), and Teaching and Learning Services (TLS) will be offering another full day of sessions for graduate students who want to explore and develop their teaching skills on Sunday, March 15, 2009.
As we go to press, the program details are not finalized, but will be shortly and will be publicized on the TLS website (www.mcgill.ca/tls). This year the sessions are organized around two themes: Assessment & Feedback, and Developing Leadership Skills in Interactive Teaching Roles. As well, content will be adapted, where appropriate, to different disciplinary contexts. And, as in the past, there will be opportunities for networking with graduate students from across the University.
The events below are only a sampling of the many taking place this month. For a full listing of all events offered this month and to register, log-in to myFuture. Click on the "Events" tab and then the "Workshops/Panels/Events" tab. Select the event you would like to attend and click on "RSVP."
International students MUST register online by referring to the International Student Services’ website: www.mcgill.ca/internationalstudents/publications.
King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM), Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, announces academic “Assistant Professor” and “Post-Doctoral” positions in the areas of: Science, Engineering, Business & Management, Humanities & Social Sciences.
For best consideration, send your CV along with full contact details before Saturday, 14 February 2009 to: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please consult the job posting on myFuture.
An information session will be held on Monday February 16th, 2009 at 11h30-13h30 in the Student Services Building Room 5001. Interviews will follow.
Registration for all of the following workshops is available through myFuture. Click on the "Workshops/Events" tab and select the "Workshops" tab.
This intensive 2 hour workshop, offered on the first Friday of every month, covers the essentials of preparing for a non-academic career. Topics include: Job search strategies, Self assessment, Networking, CV writing, and Interviewing.
This popular workshop covers what to do before, during, and after a non-academic interview.
The MBA Women's Mentoring Program invites all MBAs to take advantage of this opportunity to work with Diane Bussandri and Barbara Shore to learn how to create a USP that works.
With your USP, you differentiate yourself from all your competitors and you do it preemptively.
Please come prepared with your cover letter and resume.
Wondering what career path is right for you but don’t know what you have to offer? In this highly interactive workshop you will explore your interests, values, and skills.
Design: Owen Ripley