Matching top humanities talent with local employers
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Throughout their degree program, arts and humanities graduates gain vital skills in critical thinking, creativity, communication and research and writing – the types of skills more and more employers are looking for.

To help support the needs of local employers, the Humanities Career Apprenticeship Program at McMaster University is connecting recent arts and humanities graduates with full-time, paid employment opportunities in the local community.

The one-year program provides students with access to networking and mentorship opportunities that helps build their resume, interview skills and overall job-readiness. Through partnerships with Invest Hamilton, Hamilton Chamber of Commerce and the Rottenberg Family Foundation, McMaster’s Faculty of Humanities is helping students define their career path, while retaining top talent in the Hamilton region.

For more information, visit McMaster University.

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