Our vision is to enable international students and young newcomers to be fully aware of and have access to opportunities in order to live, work, and play in Hamilton
• To connect international students and young newcomers to resources and networks that increase their chances to succeed, thereby strengthening the welfare of the City of Hamilton
• To showcase employment and volunteer opportunities by facilitating partnerships with local organizations and employers
• To create space for international students and young newcomers to network, support each other, and mutually enhance their community experiences in Hamilton
Students & young professionals, we feel your pain: Job searching isn't a linear process. Join Global Hamilton Connect and Career Consultant, Catherine Maybrey to learn to navigate the job search world and increase your visibility as a candidate: https://www.bruha.com/event/3128
"A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles." - Christopher Reeve Job searching and planning for career growth are full of obstacles. We can focus on the problems or the solutions. In this session Catherine Maybrey will address....
Friendly Frank recognizes that not all International students come from wealthy family.
He is donating the fund he is receiving to International students in need.
A person like him has tremendous positive influence to impression of Canada in new comers' minds!
Diana Marginean ’16 created a crowdfunding campaign to thank Frank Palin ’92, ’95 for being such a friendly bus driver. He’s now donating the funds back to McMaster and is inviting the community to join him.
Looking for something to do this Saturday? Join the Engineering your Creativity Conference and network with industry professionals and young entrepreneurs!
The conference consists of 2 exciting keynote talks (one about game design and another about creativity in infrastructure design) and several highly interactive workshops ranging from topics such as collaborative live coding, the logic behind creativity as well as soft skill development workshops like the “art of communication”.
Date: March 10th 2018
Morning Location: Health Sciences Building, Room: HSC 1A6
Afternoon Location: MDCL, Atrium and first floor tutorial rooms
More details: https://www.gec2018.com/
The new McMaster approach lowers the tuition paid by international PhD students to levels paid by domestic students. At the same time, the changes will free up funds to help invest in research group strength and activities, and to encourage collaboration with colleagues around the world.