Graduate Student Career Activation Project: Career Development Funding Available for Graduate Students

Graduate Student Career Activation Project

The CSIC wants to know how graduate students can activate their careers, and we have funds available to help you try stuff out. Dream big, or dive deep: whether it’s the cost of printing business cards to support your networking, enhancing your French language skills to prepare for a career in the federal government, or paying membership fees to join a professional association, submit a proposal for a career development experience that you believe will get you one step closer to your goals. Each student may apply for funding of any amount up to $1000.

Once you’ve activated, we’ll work with you to develop an appropriate artefact (video interview, blog, etc.) so that your experience can be shared with other UBC graduate students and the university community.

Check out the website for details on how to apply. 


Danielle Barkley  PhD

(Pronouns: She/Her/Hers)
Educator, Career & Professional Development
Centre for Student Involvement and Careers
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus| Musqueam Traditional Territory
1036-1874 East Mall | Vancouver BC | V6T 1Z1 Canada

UBC Career Resources for Graduate Students


Friday, March 15, 2019