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DLSPH: Past Recordings of Professional Development

Interview Preparation
December 1, 2020 (75 minutes)
Interviews can be intimidating, but the key to success is being ready! This session will help you better prepare for in-person or virtual interviews. We will discuss how to identify and prepare for potential questions, as well as strategies for creating captivating stories that will showcase your accomplishments to potential employers. We will also discuss navigating discrimination and asking for accommodations.
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CV/Resume Preparation
November 17, 2020 (60 minutes)
Some application documents are referred to as CVs. In this session, we will review the differences between CVs and Resumes, and discuss strategies on the format and content of each to create clear, effective and captivating application documents for job and practicum application preparation.
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DLSPH LinkedIn Lab: Develop your LinkedIn Profile
November 10, 2020 (75 minutes)
LinkedIn is considered to be one of the top online networking sites for job seekers. Whether you are new to LinkedIn or looking to update your profile, this session will help you optimize your LinkedIn profile and use various features to support your job search, career exploration & networking goals.
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Dedoose Training Session
April 15, 2020 (3 hours)
Dedoose is a cloud-based software for analysis of qualitative and mixed data (e.g. transcripts of in-depth interviews, data from electronic web surveys). This workshop introduces participants to Dedoose and allows them to acquire hands-on experience.
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NVivo for Windows Training Session
April 15, 2020 (3 hours)
NVivo 12 is a software package for analysis of qualitative data (e.g. focus groups and field notes, social media data).  This workshop introduces participants to the NVivo 12 Suite, how to prepare their text and media data for analyses, import and organize their data, and code qualitative data using NVivo 12.
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ArcGIS Training Session
April 16, 2020 (2 hours)
ArcGIS is a geographic information system for creating maps and managing geographic data. This workshop introduces students to the mapmaking process in ArcGIS, from understanding geographic data to producing polished maps for a variety of purposes.       
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Stata Training Session
April 16, 2020 (6 hours)
This session instructs students on how to navigate the Stata interface and working environment, create syntax files for reproducibility, manipulate data, and create derived variables for analysis. The second portion of the workshop covers examples of the most commonly used techniques for analyzing data, including descriptive and regression models, creating tables, and exporting basic figures.
(Please note – This is an advanced introduction to Stata intended for people already comfortable programming in SAS, R or SPSS and who wish to do a ‘cross-over’ to Stata. Familiarity with writing code and analyzing data in these other languages will be an asset.)
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SAS Training Session, Part 1 (Beginner)
April 27, 2020 (6 hours)
This workshop introduces students to the principles and methods of basic epidemiological analysis using SAS statistical software. Through this workshop, students will get comfortable with the SAS interface and working environment, learn how to merge multiple data sets into one analysis data set, understand how to operationalize data using SAS, and understand the common syntax options that can be applied when working with data in SAS. 
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SAS Training Session, Part 2 (Intermediate)
April 28, 2020 (6 hours)
This workshop focuses on intermediate-level programming using epidemiological data in SAS. The goal of this workshop is to provide SAS users with detailed understanding of data manipulation, data merging and desired outputs. Students will be introduced to programming methods that allow for efficient iterative processing, this includes do/while loops, arrays, indexing, and macro language programming.
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LinkedIn Lab
January 23, 2020
LinkedIn Lab slides
Zoom recording of the session – click here

Imposter Syndrome
October 24, 2019
Imposter Syndrome slides

Making an Effective Oral Presentation
October 24, 2019
Making an Effective Oral Presentation  slides

Non-traditional Public Health Careers Panel
February 13, 2019
PDF Profiles/Resource – February 13, 2019 Non-traditional Careers Panel

UofT Career Exploration and Education

UofT Career Exploration and Education: Programs include Career Chats, Career Exploration Orientation, Career Workshops, CV and Personal Statement Camp, Dream Job Academy, Practice MPI and MMI Events, Work-Study Program and many more!  They also provide career advising appointments.   Call 416 978 8000 to book an appointment with Career Educators to review your resumes or to participate in mock interviews

UofT Career Learning Network

Many workshops and events can be found through Career Learning Network including Grad Writing Group, Virtual Study Hub, Creating an Inclusion Environment, Transitioning to Gradlife: Strategies for Academic Success, Develop your LinkedIn Profile, and many more!

Certificates at DLSPH

Certificate in Health Impact

AI in Health Certificate

Certificate Course in Global Health Diplomacy

Career and Professional Development Tipsheets

Cover Letter

Resume

Online Interviewing Tips

Interview Preparation and Questions

STAR Model to Answering Questions

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning  As a student, staff, or faculty member at University of Toronto, you have access to LinkedIn Learning, an online learning resource with high-quality instructional videos taught by recognized experts. Using your UTORid to log in, you may choose from more than 1,400 online self-paced courses that cover a wide range of topics, including business, IT, software, and design. The LinkedIn Learning platform is available to any current student or employee at the university.

UofT School of Continuing Studies

UofT School of Continuing Studies  The University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies (SCS) offers an extensive roster of over 800 courses, over 50 program areas, and more than 110 certificates across a broad range of fields that help learners succeed in their careers, satisfy their curiosities and fulfill their curiosities.