Did you know that Statistics Canada hires students from the social sciences because of their breadth of knowledge and valuable skills in data analysis? They will be on campus to talk to you about their recruitment program. They are specifically interested in meeting Arts students who possess or will complete 2 sociology courses along with 2 statistics/research methods courses within their academic program by the end of their academic work. You do not have to be a Sociology major to apply.
The Statistics Canada’s Recruitment and Development program provides new Arts graduates with the tools you need to personally and professional succeed. You will work with some of the best minds in the world, and they are the folks who will be your mentors and coaches. You will learn leading-edge techniques and gain a stronger understanding of survey methods, systems and processes. Through this program, you will have a unique opportunity to:
– expand your existing knowledge and know-how
– explore your quantitative analysis capabilities
– strengthen your teamwork and project management skills
– propose innovative ideas
– and more.
By expanding on your knowledge, you can help change the landscape of our organization, foster meaningful change for Canada’s economy, environment, social programs and more. And let’s not forget, you can help decision-makers formulate needed policies for our society and our economy.
Let your talents and interests in Social Science and Humanities shine. And even discover and grow new ones. If you’re looking for a place to build a career, you’ve found it! This session is exclusive to all Arts students. This is a one-time information session to be held at our the Mattamy Athletic Centre in the Alumni Lounge on September 26th, 2016 from 5pm to 6:30pm.
Seats are limited please rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance. Do not be late for this employer information session.