Mitacs Step Workshops
About Mitacs Step Workshops
Attention Grad Students and Postdocs!! Are you looking to develop your professional and transferrable skills to help you succeed in academia and beyond? Check out a Mitacs Step workshop!
Regardless of your academic background, Mitacs Step workshops are holistic, interdisciplinary, and focus on the additional skills required to build a great career. Workshops are FREE to attend and include:
Upcoming Online Workshops
Practical Tips on Growing Your Network – Starting June 8, 2017
See your myumanitoba.ca email for Access Code
Online workshops run for a duration of 2 weeks and contain a series of videos, exercises, and content modules for the participants to cover. Participants can access the content and complete their exercises at any time during the 2 week duration.
Upcoming Step Workshops at U of M
Fall 2017/Winter 2018 Mitacs Step workshop schedule coming soon.
What U of M Students Have to Say
“My first thought about the session was, "Are they really going to have a real, live, entrepreneur available for this? Wouldn't an entrepreneur be too busy to give us his time?" I was hopeful but doubtful. Roger Patterson didn't disappoint! He was enthusiastic, engaging, and dynamic. He taught us about using web-based services for developing a business. We also had activities to participate in and develop a business idea which we pitched to the class. Thank you, Roger, for making yourself available to us! I highly recommend his workshop. It was an MBA in a day!”
– MBA Student, University of Manitoba
“The workshop helps me in understanding people behavior which help me in dealing with my conflict during my research as well as provides me with better CPM in planning my research and stay focus in my research. Good program and I look forward for the Foundation of Project Management II.”
– Master's Student, Mechanical Engineering, University of Manitoba
“The workshop on Time Management is essential for those who want to succeed in achieving professional goals without neglecting personal life. Easy steps can dramatically improve your performance, minimize procrastination and increase efficiency.”
– PhD Student, University of Manitoba
Questions about Mitacs?
If you have any questions regarding the upcoming Mitacs Step workshops or would like more information on the program in general, please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com
Hope to see you there!
For more information on Mitacs please visit http://www.mitacs.ca. Mitacs gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Province of Manitoba.
A $50 preauthorization of a valid credit card is required as part of the registration process. These pre-authorizations are only temporary and are usually reversed in 2-3 business days, sometimes sooner.
A $50 penalty will be applied to all late cancellations (cancellations that are not made 5 days or more before the workshop date), no shows, or incomplete attendance. These penalties are only charged after the completion of a workshop and no charges are ever made to students who participate in full.
For answers to some frequently asked questions, please visit the Mitacs help page: step.mitacs.ca/faq
You have 5 calendar days prior to the scheduled workshop to modify or cancel your registration at no penalty.
Participants are required to attend the workshop in its entirety. Students who choose to not participate for the entire duration of the workshop will be charged the $50.00 fee.