Career search tools
Tools to explore careers matching your skills, interests and values.
Rady Faculty of Health Sciences offers resources to help equip graduate students with the right skills and competencies to thrive and become valuable, well-rounded and fulfilled members of the workforce.
Reflect on your values and goals, learn from others, and start charting your future.
Possibilities revealed through mentorship and experiences.
Take advantage of networking opportunities to diversify your professional connections.
Increase your value by honing in-demand skills with workshops and webinars designed to enhance your professional skills.
Expand your communication and relationship building skills with workshops, seminars and competitions.
Explore communications workshops including:
Expand your leadership, management and innovation skills with workshops, webinars, events and more.
Participate in student governance or join committees within your depatment/college.
An online program developed to provide early-career science professionals with the foundational drug development knowledge and soft skills to succeed in the commercial Canadian life sciences industry.
Understand and apply respectful workplace practices.
Develop essential skills in reading, writing, numeracy, document use, communication, collaboration, and problem-solving. Contact Career Services for free access code: firstname.lastname@example.org
Develop essential skills in report writing, GLP, GMP, QA/QC, and GCP. Contact Career Services for free access code: email@example.com
Complement your graduate training with hands-on work experience.
Build resilience that will help you tackle future challenges.
Find strategies for creating and maintaining long-term balance and wellness.
Take advantage of personalized one-on-one health and wellness support or counselling services. More initiatives coming soon.
Make the jump from graduate student to workplace professional.
Resources to help bridge you to your next career step.
Stay connected, offer your wisdom and experience to help current graduate students find their paths