UTM Career Centre Resources
U of T St. George Campus Anthropology
STEM Streams by SCWIST (the Society for Canadian Women in Science & Technology)
Are you graduating and interested in a STEM career? The STEM Streams program is a non-profit opportunity for women interested in STEM to build pre-employment & career skills. STEM Streams offers:
- A series of 8 free workshop courses that build STEM employment skills
- Personalized support services
- 1-on-1 mentorship & internship opportunities
- Access to industry & career-building events (ie. career fairs, guest speaker events, networking events)
- A supportive peer community
Articles and podcasts of interest
Sociocultural anthropology at work: Canada's public health minister studied anthropology as an undergraduate (Globe & Mail article)
Dr. Tracy Rogers discusses careers in Forensics and beyond (What She Said! podcast)
Dr. Victor Barac on Anthropology in the workplace: his work and travels in applying socio-cultural anthropology to the business world (Globe & Mail article)
Questions about your future career or further education?
If you have questions about possible career paths or graduate school in Anthropology, consider Career Advising with Anthropology faculty or the Academic Advisor & Undergraduate Program Administrator.