Successfully getting through grad school is no joke! We’re talking long nights, eating on the run, countless hours in the lab, never-ending edits, and probably very little interaction with anyone who isn’t also in your program. Add to these things the challenges that come with maybe being the first one in your family to get a graduate degree, or being the only Black woman in your program, or the racist/sexist/…ist microagressions that everyone else seems to miss except you, and we’re talking down right exhaustion sometimes. You do not have to do this alone! The Grad Student Grind is designed to provide you with a supportive community and invaluable resources to help you get through your program successfully!
Here’s what it looks like:
- A private Facebook community with myself and other grad students who understand what you’re going through. You can post at any time and get the feedback and support you need.
- Monthly workshops facilitated by me or another expert on topics chosen by the community. Some topics that have already been suggested include: the impostor syndrome, balancing family and school, and grad school politics.
- A library of resources compiled by the community including guides on choosing your committee, preparing for your defense, and preparing for interviews.
- The opportunity to sign up for personal “office hours” with me if you feel like you need additional support related to a particular concern. There is an additional cost for office hours.
What’s the cost?
Membership in the Grad Student Grind Community is $50 per month billed automatically and you have the option to cancel at any time.
If this sounds like exactly what you’ve been looking for, then sign up and let’s get started!