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Join our Managing Grad School Bootcamp!

A FREE 2-hour bootcamp for grad students to create a roadmap for your semester that will motivate you and keep you focused on the important things so that you accomplish your academic goals without sacrificing the rest of your life.

Click here to register for the bootcamp!

Next available bootcamp date:

Wednesday, February 2 @ 10am PT / 1pm ET

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  • Is grad school more overwhelming than you had anticipated?

  • Has your university gone back to online learning due to COVID-19 and you're feeling disconnected from other grad students or struggling to stay motivated?

  • Are you suffering from “imposter syndrome” and think you are the only one feeling that way at grad school (believe us, you’re not!)?

  • Is your looming thesis stressing you out?

  • Do you have a life outside of grad school, but you're struggling to balance it all?

  • Do you want to finish grad school and get your degree ASAP? 

If you answered yes to one (or all!) of these questions, then our 2-hour online Managing Grad School Bootcamp is perfect for you!

We have made this bootcamp FREE as our goal is to reach as many students as possible to help get you back on track and ready for a great term. Whether you are a new or continuing grad student, this crash course will set you up to succeed wherever you are on your journey.

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This bootcamp is designed to help you nail down two essential ingredients to creating a solid foundation for grad school success: (1) prioritizing what matters and (2) identifying potential roadblocks and the strategies for overcoming them. 

By the end of our short time together, you'll have your roadmap ready to go so you can stop worrying about getting it all done and start focusing on making real progress towards achieving your goals and getting that degree!


2 Hours of Live Training to Map Out a Solid Plan for Grad School Success

During our 2 hours together, we’ll help you build your roadmap to success this semester and beyond. We'll guide you through two simple but essential steps you can take to jumpstart your productivity and keep it flowing.

STEP 1: Prioritizing What Matters

First things first: let’s set some goals. We'll help you identify and define the big things you need to focus on and achieve in order to move the needle forward with your degree. We'll take you through the process of figuring out what's most important for you and then translating the important things into goals, milestones, and deadlines that will motivate you and keep you focused.

STEP 2: Overcoming Your Roadblocks

Setting goals and deadlines is a huge step towards making progress, but even the best-laid plans are not immune to bumps in the road. That’s why we’ll also help you identify the roadblocks that could come up and make a plan to deal with those challenges so they don't stop you from moving forward.

Fillable Worksheets

Don't worry, we aren't going to make you start from scratch! We're also giving you fill-in-the-blanks worksheets that we'll do together during the session to help you set goals for the semester and identify potential roadblocks and strategies to overcome them.

Bonus: Finding FLOW in Grad School

Successful students engage a metacognitive process of planning, doing, monitoring, and adapting. Creating a roadmap is a foundational part of this process. But it doesn't stop there! 

How can you continue to build your competencies and confidence as a grad student so that you can finish your degree faster, avoid burnout, and feel proud of what you've accomplished? Before you leave, we'll talk about how you can engage a cyclical process of self-regulated learning (SRL) to strategically approach grad school, find flow, and achieve success.

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1. You'll get to work with two PhD graduates who have been in your shoes AND have expertise in student success.

2. You'll have the opportunity to ask questions and share your concerns and struggles in a non-judgmental, supportive setting with no affiliation to your school.

3. You'll connect with grad students from other universities across North America.

Note: The bootcamp will be recorded. If you can't make it to the live session, register anyway, and we'll send you the recording!


Next available bootcamp date:

Wednesday, February 2 @ 10am PT / 1pm ET