Careers by Design: Building a Professional Development Blueprint workshops
About the Careers by Design workshop series
This six-part workshop series aims to foster healthy lab environments that support the inclusion and well-being of all members, while empowering graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and research/scientific associates to realize their academic and professional goals. All workshops will be led by Nana Lee, PhD, Director, Graduate Professional Development & Mentorship, and Assistant Professor in the departments of Biochemistry & Immunology at the University of Toronto.
The Careers by Design: Building a Professional Development Blueprint workshop series, and the Individual Development Plan, are resources developed by the Healthy and Inclusive Labs Committee to support trainee well-being, success and foster an inclusive environment in labs. If you missed any of the sessions, you can still participate in the workshop series. Throughout the sessions, participants will use the Individual Development Plan as a guiding document. Learn more about the workshop series and register for upcoming Workshops.
Workshops at a Glance:
*All workshops will take place from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
- Workshop 1: Monday, March 29 – Recording now available.
Optimizing Research Productivity and Professional Development
- Workshop 2: Monday, April 26 – Recording now available.
Creating your Individual Development Plans
- Workshop 3: Monday, May 31 - Recording available soon
- Workshop 4: Monday, June 28 - Next Session
Telling your story through your interview, cover letter and CV
- Workshop 5: Monday, July 26
Wellness and Equity Diversity and Inclusion in Professional and Career Development
- Workshop 6: Monday, August 30
Implementation/Feedback on Job Applications