Be part of the Energy – Calgary’s Mayor talks careers and lifestyle
Recently named the best place to live in Canada by MoneySense Magazine, Calgary is a great place to start your career.
Calgary's Mayor Naheed Nenshi, will be at McMaster on October 23 to talk about why Calgary is a great place to live, start a career and make a life. Calgary Economic Development will be setting up a pop-up career fair with over 60 organizations represented.
Free food and refreshments will be provided as well as opportunities to network with attending representatives and have your questions answered about living and working in Calgary.
Want to know what employers are looking for? Here’s the inside scoop
At Career Fair on Sept. 18 at DBAC, Student Success Centre staff asked human resources and recruitment professionals from six top employers to answer questions and provide employment advice to new grads. Here is what the following employers had to say about job search, interview skills, the importance of volunteering, soft skills, attracting a company’s attention, and excelling in the workplace once you get a job. Air Liquide Coca-Cola Chrysler Diabsolut Linamar Procter & Gamble
‘Best ever’ Welcome Week video
Wonder what you can do with a motorcycle helmet, a camera and some hardware? Well, our multimedia guru constructed a homemade GoPro to film a Welcome Week video through the eyes of a first-year participant. His goal was to create “the best Welcome Week video ever’ and he just may have done so. Check it out and share it with friends to spread McMaster spirit.
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Final week of FLOW (Fall Learning and Orientation Weeks)
This week is about academic success including essays and exams.
FLOW is a series of workshop and activities with a weekly theme. Each theme begins with the premise “Success Begins with…” and topics range from academics to wellness, financial literacy, career management, and community engagement. The remaining weekly topics include: