This is your chance to meet with guest speakers who hold Anthropology degrees and currently work outside of academia.
Online Office Hours
In each virtual chat, you'll have the opportunity to:
Hear each speaker's personal story of how they found their current job outside of academia
Learn how they use their anthropological knowledge, training, and experiences in their work lives
Ask questions and discuss key topics related to managing the transition from academia to the workforce
We have 7 amazing speakers lined up for office hours in the upcoming months running from March 1st to June 30th, 2021!
The Spring 2021 Schedule will kick off with two back-to-back sessions lead by ACE course creators Dr. Jackie Prime and Dr. Jennifer Sharman. We'll then continue with new speakers and new topics every two weeks from March through June.
Registration is open to the public for all Online Office Hours.
To learn more about ACE job search training and enroll in the course, click the ACE logo.
To reserve your spot for the public dates
you'd like to attend, fill out the form below.
Thurs, March 11
Topic: Turning My Degree into My Business
Tues, March 16
Tues, March 30
Topic: From Mummification Mortuary Rituals to Cybersecurity
Wed, April 14
Topic: What to Expect After Graduation: facing the reality
of limited opportunities in
academia and preparing for
the 'real world'.
Thurs, April 15
Topic: (repeat session)
Wed, April 28
Topic: How Networking & Knowing My Strengths Led to Becoming the Casualty Identification Coordinator for the Canadian Armed Forces
Thurs, May 13
Topic: Though My Career is
Non-academic, it is Anthropological in the Purest Sense: From Evolutionary
Biology to HR Director.
Wed, May 26
Topic: So Glad I Made the
Switch: My Journey From Anthropology Adjunct Faculty
to Starting a Career in Higher Education Consultancy.
Tues, June 8
Topic: From Anthropology to Social Work to Starting A Private Practice: Building My Career Beyond Academia.
Thurs, June 24
Topic: Resilience on Your Road to Success