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Join a webinar

During the month of May, we will be hosting a series of webinars for future students. Each webinar is designed to give you an overview of our programs, services and resources, and answer common questions we receive from students. Each webinar will provide an opportunity to submit your own questions to the host. Check back often as we add more sessions.

Apr 30, 2021

Social Sciences May@Mac@Home Webinars

Ask Me Anything Student Panel

This webinar is your chance to ask us anything! Current students will provide their unique perspectives on why they chose McMaster and what to expect in first year.

Your Year Ahead

This webinar will highlight the student experience in the Social Sciences at McMaster. Topics include: program-specifics, classes, clubs & teams, work opportunities, upper-year scholarships, research opportunities, and more! Current students will provide their unique perspectives about their programs and why they chose McMaster.

  • International
    • Tuesday, May 18th  8:00AM - 9:00AM EST View Recorded Session
    • Thursday, May 20th  3:00PM - 4:00PM EST  
  • Domestic
    • Monday May 17th  12:00PM – 1:00PM EST
    • Wednesday, May 19th  12:00PM – 1:00PM EST View Recorded Session

Internships and Careers (Experiential Education)

This webinar will cover topics related to internships as a Social Sciences student and careers after graduation. Staff from the Social Sciences Careers and Experiential Education team will provide information about supports, services be available and answer your questions.

  • Wednesday, May 19th 9:30AM - 10:30AM EST - 
  • Wednesday, May 19th 3:30PM - 4:30PM EST - View Recorded Session

 Community Engagement

Community engagement (CE) at McMaster University is defined as: valuing the expert knowledge and passion that members of the community (both local and global) have about their communities and issues affecting them, fostering ongoing collaboration between University and community partners on how to better understand and consider the issues identified as priorities by local and global communities, performing research, teaching and service with community members and partners for the public good within the local or global community. Join this webinar to learn more about programs and initiative.