UBC Career Centre
Book an appointment to review your job application, resume, or cover letter with a Career Advisor.
Whether you’re looking for a part-time or full-time role, learn how to use targeted strategies to improve your chance of success.
Learn how to identify and articulate employable skills in ways that make your application stand out.
Know how to highlight your education and accomplishments on the academically-focused curricula vitae.
Identify what employers are looking for at interviews and strengthen your approach to speaking about your experience, skills, and interests.
When you start a full-time position, there may be room for negotiating a job offer. Get tips to build your case and anticipate their response.
Everyone experiences worry and nervousness, especially in stressful situations, like a job interview. Learn how to leverage your stress and turn panic into power.
Build your personal brand and strengthen your employability on the most popular networking platform in North America.
Develop relationships to get advice, referrals, and inside information from experts in the field.
Trying out an analytical tool may give you insights about who you are, what matters to you, and what you’re good at. This can help you make informed decisions about your career goals.
If you want to be very intentional in your decision-making, the design process and mindset will help you clarify your goals, prototype options and make data-informed career decisions.
Most graduate students will consider more than one career option over the course of their degree. There are resources to support you.
If you are a student of colour, a student with a disability, a member of the LGBTQ2SIA+ community, or an Indigenous student, you may have questions specific to your experience. Browse these resources for information relevant to your career navigation.