Finding academic work carries different challenges than other types of career exploration.
- The Flexible Futures Programming for Graduate Students, which includes group workshops and sessions to learn about and develop strategies to navigate the academic work search.
- A Finding Academic Work Guide (PDF) that provides strategies for navigating the work search in academia.
- Career advising appointments to review your application materials (cover letters, CVs, teaching dossiers, teaching philosophy statements, research statements, etc.) as well as academic interviews.
The Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation offers resources on creating your teaching philosophy and teaching dossiers.
The Graduate Professional Skills Program is another professional development resource to help develop core academic competencies (research, communication, personal effectiveness, and teaching).
Flexible Futures Programming for Graduate Students
Flexible Futures Programming for Graduate Students offers a wide range of career-related programs, workshops, customized sessions and consultations year-round for graduate students and post docs.Learn more about Flexible Futures Programming for Graduate Students
Career advising appointmentsBook a one-on-one career advising appointment with a career educator or peer advisor if you are exploring your options, looking for work or considering graduate school. Learn more about Career advising appointments