Career Support Services
University Career Centre
Koffler Student Services Centre
214 College Street
The University Career Centre is dedicated to helping students and recent alumni map out the career path best suited for them and putting them in touch with work opportunities. A personalized, student-centred web site provides 24-hour access to thousands of part-time, summer, full-time employment and volunteer listings. Students can also sign up online for career development workshops as well as industry focused career panels, resumes critiques, practice interviews and same day counseling. The Centre’s Career Resource Library contains valuable information on career development, further education and employment. Students who have narrowed down their career options can participate in the Extern Program or Career Connections where they shadow or speak with someone working in a career area of interest.
The Engineering Career Centre
In addition to the University’s Career Centre, Engineering students have the services of a full-time Career Officer looking out just for them. The aim of the Engineering Career Centre is to secure fulfilling and challenging full-time and summer opportunities for engineering students. This Office also organizes a number of workshops and information sessions to assist students with job searches and career planning. Check out the Engineering Career Centre website.