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I Choose Montreal aims to tap foreign talent in tech sector

I Choose Montreal (ICM), a campaign created through partnership between the Quebec government, employers, and universities, aims to encourage international students to continue living in the city after graduation by easing the process of finding permanent work in Montreal. At McGill, the project works with the International Student Service and Career Planning Service to promote… Keep Reading

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How to build, work, and navigate your networks

Many students share a common goal of securing a job right out of university—but this task can prove more challenging than many anticipate. There is a crucial underlying factor at play in deciding one’s career fate: Their networks.  New graduates are often cautioned with the age-old saying “it’s who you know, not what you know,”… Keep Reading

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CaPS hosts workshops as part of “Work Your B.A.” conference

The “Work Your B.A.” conference took place from Jan. 25 to Feb. 2. It organized by McGill's Career Planning Service (CaPS) and the Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS), aiming to educate students in the Faculty of Arts about different career paths they can follow upon completing their Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree. The “B.A. Lawyer. Is… Keep Reading

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Putting career anxiety to rest at CaPS

I thought I had it all figured out coming into university. Despite life constantly changing, I thought my career choices wouldn’t. However, two years into my bachelor’s degree, I realized that my career plans weren’t exactly what I wanted or could achieve. I originally had two paths: Becoming a published author or an editor. Soon… Keep Reading

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Preparing for life after McGill

Although graduation may seem far away, it is never too early to begin making plans for a career or continuing education after McGill. It is normal for students to feel anxious about postgraduate plans, and it can be daunting to not know where or when to start. Here’s a comprehensive to-do list to quell common… Keep Reading

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McGill 101: Decoding campus acronyms

Becoming acclimated to student life at McGill can be overwhelming when there are so many services and student groups to keep track of. For many, this becomes more difficult when these entities are commonly referred to by ambiguous acronyms. The Tribune has created a brief guide to McGill’s acronyms in order to facilitate navigating the… Keep Reading

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Summer and beyond—Making use of campus resources

Planning for the future is a daunting task for all students, filled with uncertainties and confusion. Summer is the season to look back on what the previous academic year has offered and what challenges have been faced. It is also the season to look forward to future goals and take steps to achieve desired goals.… Keep Reading

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Should you stay or should you go

For the majority of incoming, out-of-province McGill students, the choice to study at McGill over other universities is a fairly easy one. Between the school’s renowned academic reputation, diverse student body, extracurricular and research opportunities, and outstanding football program (gotcha), there’s already enough to attract most prospective students to  McGill—and that’s all before considering its… Keep Reading

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Third annual Community Engagement Day encourages students to get involved

Last Thursday, the Social Equity and Diversity Education Office (SEDE) held its third annual Community Engagement Day (CED). Around 45 organizations with 54 projects were present at the event, which drew about 550 attendees. According to Lina Martin-Chan, CED’s communications coordinator, the event aims to bridge the community-campus divide and provide students with the resources… Keep Reading

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