You can find international jobs on our Careers Portal
You can also check out GoinGlobal, an online job board with jobs specifically outside the USA, grouped by country. It’s a useful service to expand your international job search.
We have Handout Resources and Workshop Videos housed on the TC NEXT Google site. In order to access our diverse resources, you must log into myTC account. As always, we encourage you to stay connected with us on TC NEXT social media to find out more about our recent events!
We are also excited to introduce the TC NEXT Learning Center which you can access through Canvas. Click here to enroll in TC NEXT's course. The Career Pathways Hub is comprised with courses designed so you can learn at your own pace. The learning materials are organized in weekly modules. The Learning Center has courses and modules set up as a dedicated Career Pathways which allow you to find the resources most relevant to you!
ImaginePhD is a free online career exploration and planning tool for PhD students and postdoctoral scholars in the humanities and social sciences. Humanities and social sciences PhD students and their mentors have long recognized the need for more resources to help bridge the knowledge gap between doctoral education and the realm of career possibilities. ImaginePhD is designed to meet this need by allowing users to:
The Provost's Grant offers financial assistance for any registered student who has presented at an academic conference within the term that they are applying. Under no circumstance, will applicants be awarded in advance; this stipend is set up in the form of a reimbursement. Students are encouraged to apply once all application materials are gathered and can be submitted together at time of application.
Award stipends are to be utilized for reimbursement exclusively for the purposes of registration, membership, printing, and travel costs (excluding food and beverage) associated with presenting research at an academic conference. Reimbursements must be submitted with itemized copies of receipts for award consideration.
Students MUST BE registered for the term in which they are presenting and requesting reimbursement. If you are a continuing student, and presenting during Winter academic recess, please submit your request for reimbursement during the Spring term.
**If a student is requesting a reimbursement for their final semester with anticipated graduation, all reimbursement requests and supporting documents must be submitted by the last day of the term for potential award consideration. Conference dates MUST precede Commencement/degree conferral; students who have received degree conferral are no longer eligible for financial stipends.**
Students cannot apply in advance of their conference and receive funding preemptively. All requests will be honored as a reimbursement, pending all necessary documentation. Students MUST BE registered (at least 1-credit COE or 8900-level) for the term in which they are presenting and seeking reimbursement (i.e., if you are applying for a summer conference, you MUST be registered in either Summer A/B).
Students must be in good academic, financial, and judicial standing with the University. Full-time employees of the College are not eligible for this award, or any other financial stipend offered through the Office of Graduate Student Life & Development.
APPLICATION DEADLINES (2021 – 2022):
Grant applications will be reviewed in three rounds of applications throughout the Spring semester for the academic with the following deadlines:
Spring: January 18 – May 9 *for those receiving degree conferral on 5/18/2021 (continuing students deadline is 5/18)