When: Tuesday, December 4 from 6-8pm
Where: Bell Room, Montreal Neurological Institute
Your graduate studies or postdoctoral experience is teaching you more than just neuroimaging analysis or cellular neuroscience techniques!
You are learning and practising many transferable skills that you can apply in diverse academic and non-academic workplaces. Understanding your skills, and learning how to express them on a CV or at an interview, will help you to succeed in the job market.
Auréliane Pajani, a former cognitive neuroscience researcher turned PhD recruiter at Adoc Talent Management, will introduce the notion of skills and the specific skill set of neuroscience researchers. She will discuss tools to further analyse the skills that you have developed across your work and extra-curricular experiences, and how to present your skills to recruiters. The workshop will be followed by Q&A.
*Please note that portions of this workshop will be targeted towards PhD students and postdocs, however Master’s students are also welcome to attend.
Refreshments will be provided.
Please register using the form below.