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Spring Career & Professional Development Workshop Series

January 28, 2019
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Unsure what kinds of jobs you might want to apply to once you've completed graduate school or your postdoctoral placement? Know the kind of job you want to apply for, but want to zero in on how to best market yourself for the job? Then, this series of workshops is for you!

Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies in partnership with SFU Career and Volunteer Services offers a three-part series for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.

Whether you would like to narrow your career options or use your skills to zero in on your career target inside or outside of academia, this series of workshops would help you take the lead on your own career path.

What’s in it for you?

Proactively tap into your education and experiences, helping you design an intentional action plan to guide your next steps and career management strategies.

You’ll walk away with substantive takeaways and tools that you may return to again and again. 

About the Series

Workshops:

  • build on the previous so must be taken in order
  • are offered every term
  • can be completed over multiple terms
  • are facilitated by an expert from Career and Volunteer Services
  • have limited seating so sign up early

Learn more!

Prerequisites: none

Prerequisites: Session 1

Prerequisites: Sessions 1 & 2

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