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Building Career Opportunities: Carving Something Out of Nothing

Make your own career cavern.

Here at Gradifying we’ve been writing about preparing for a career from a number of different angles. We’ve covered Career Week that took place in mid-October, Amanda wrote on timing your job search; and Vanessa on how to choose your

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Finding a balance in grad school

Striking the balance

Work-Life balance – the most fantastical and elusive concept in grad school. Two things we know for sure, 1) It is essential, 2) grad students are bad at it. How does this happen! Well grad students tend to say yes

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From Student to Professional: Bridging the Gap with Internship

Evolution of students.

I’m so close I can taste it. In Clinical Psych, our last step is a one-year internship where we do (nearly) exclusively clinical work. This is my last summer here in beautiful Kingston, and then on to residency in the

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