The McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS) would like to welcome all new students to McGill and welcome back all returning students. Whether you are just starting or finishing up, be sure to take advantage of CaPS in the year ahead. We are here to help you - whether you are trying to find a part-time job, prepare grad school applications, find post-graduation work or find out career possibilities related to your major. Click here for a full listing of programs and services.
Life AYD is a program which provides workshops, events and other resources to McGill students planning for life post-graduation. It consists of programming throughout the year - giving students multiple opportunities to begin preparing for what's next.
All events are organized in collaboration with Career Planning Service, the McGill Alumni Association, SSMU and Campus Life & Engagement.
Upcoming events include:
Experiential Learning (EL) refers to the active process of learning by doing, in a mindful and intentional manner. According to the Association for Experiential Education, “Experiential Learning occurs when carefully chosen experiences are supported by reflection, critical analysis and syntheses.”
The innovative CaPS ExL Program was created by professional career counsellors and is designed to:
Bien des participants à ces programmes de franchises d’entreprises de peinture en sortent enchantés : ils font beaucoup d’argent et, en travaillant fort, apprennent plus en un été sur la gestion d’entreprise qu’en trois ans d’université, disent-ils.
Dollard des Ormeaux’s Jaclyn (Jackie) Lea Fisher passed away on March 21, 2015, following a lengthy battle with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and primary peritoneal carcinoma, a rare cancer, especially in young adults.
“This is the biggest event that they organize each year, but the Centre provides thousands of BCom, MBA, Masters and PhD students with career coaching, advising, mock interview services, speed interviewing, networking sessions, and so much more,” explained Jennifer Kambhampati from the Desautels Faculty of Management.
Written by Professor Karl Moore and Sema Burney
Many managers today don’t relish giving feedback. In the past, feedback was associated with the annual review, a thoroughly unenjoyable hour where everyone involved couldn’t wait for it to end. Today with millennials, feedback is more central to the role of manager than ever before.
If you did not apply for the exclusive BCom Mentoring Program while in your U2, you now have the opportunity to apply for the 2015-2016 year.