Centre for Student Involvement and Careers
Book a career advising appointment online or review your job application, resume, or cover letter with a Career Peer Coach.
Whether you’re looking for a part-time role, or a full-time position after graduation, learn how to be strategic in your job search.
Learn how to identify and articulate employable skills through your resume and cover letter.
Determine the differences between a Curricula Vitae and a resume, and what to include to best highlight your education and accomplishments.
Understand what employers are looking for in each interview method and how you can speak to your experience, skills, and interests in your first conversation with the company.
When you start a full-time position, there may be room for negotiating a job offer. Read tips and tricks to building your case as well as what to say.
Everyone has experiences of worry and nervousness, especially in stressful situations, like a job interview. Learn how to leverage your stress and turn panic into power.
Find out how to build your personal brand on the platform and leverage LinkedIn Learning to strengthen your employability.
Employers often prefer to hire people they know, or who have connections to people they know. Build your professional network to get advice, referrals, and inside information from experts in the field.
Try out an analytical tool to help you develop new language and awareness about who you are, what matters to you, and what you are good at.
Building a well-designed career requires some self-reflection before you move on to job-seeking. Consider what a career means to you. Identify your strengths and pinpoint areas you can grow while applying a designer’s mindset.
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 LGBTQ2+ community, or an Indigenous student, browse campus and community resources for you.