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SPONSORED: 3 Ways Taking Short Courses Can Enhance Your Career Path
Feb13

SPONSORED: 3 Ways Taking Short Courses Can Enhance Your Career Path

One of the biggest challenges of living in today’s fast-paced world is finding the time to get things done. As people’s professional lives get busier it seems harder to keep up with the latest innovations and industry transformations. If you are looking to get ahead in your profession short courses are a great solution! They allow you to hone into specific areas so you can fill knowledge gaps and gain the necessary qualifications in a...

SPONSORED: Innovation lives in Hamilton
Feb13

SPONSORED: Innovation lives in Hamilton

By: Jeff Low Innovation lives in Hamilton. Carolynn Reid, business development consultant with Hamilton’s economic development office, writes, “Hamilton is home to world-class universities, colleges and research-intensive companies that have created an ideal environment for new product development and innovation.” The McMaster community is playing a key role in the rise of the tech industry in Hamilton. At McMaster Innovation Park...

SPONSORED: Life after McMaster
Feb13

SPONSORED: Life after McMaster

On a warm summer afternoon, you’re going to walk across that brightly lit stage and shake David Farrar’s hand in a celebration of all you’ve accomplished while at McMaster. Sadly, we can’t all stay at McMaster forever, most of us move on from the campus into the big wide world of external career opportunities. Finding your footing after graduation isn’t easy for most, it’s full of anxieties and uncertainties that can leave you...

SPONSORED: Gaining kitchen confidence Rachel Katz ’18, McMaster alumna, Grad Student, food blogger
Feb04

SPONSORED: Gaining kitchen confidence Rachel Katz ’18, McMaster alumna, Grad Student, food blogger

It’s hard to think of a time when food wasn’t one of the most important parts of my life. I grew up sitting in kitchens, watching various family members prepare incredible dishes and baked goods. I loved getting to sit in the corner, eating chocolate chips or carrots until I was old enough to actually lend more of a helping hand. I had hoped that my being surrounded by food growing up would ease my transition into cooking for myself...

SPONSORED: Use Your Elective Credits to Add a Professional Certificate or Diploma to Your Degree
Feb04

SPONSORED: Use Your Elective Credits to Add a Professional Certificate or Diploma to Your Degree

Today’s top employers are looking for more than a Bachelor’s degree. They are selecting candidates with professional designations – either in the form of a diploma or a certificate – to join their team. To ensure you’re a qualified candidate for any job, your skillset needs to move beyond the degree. You need to show that you not only have the technical skills obtained from your degree, but also the soft skills required for many...