Coming up on Tuesday, February 27, check out the “(More Than) Surviving the Job Search” event, hosted by the Sociology and Anthropology Grad Student Career Transitions Program. The event is open to ALL Carleton grad students, postdocs, and recent alumni from all programs.
Time: 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 27
Location: Sociology and Anthropology Department Lounge (Loeb B742)
Format: roundtable discussion followed by an informal brown-bag lunch discussion
From the organizers: “This workshop will provide participants with a space to discuss the challenges of searching for employment post graduate studies. We will emphasize self-care strategies for combatting burn-out, uncertainty, and precarious (interim) employment. We will provide enterprising strategies and tools for exploring multiple career options while maintaining a focus on long-term career and professional development.”
This is an excellent opportunity for grad students, postdocs, and alumni from all around Carleton, and especially those seeking employment outside of academia, to join in a discussion about the opportunities and challenges that exist in the job market.
If anyone has questions about the event, they can contact Kara Brisson-Boivin at KaraBrisson@cmail.carleton.ca