Careers in the classroom
Are your students curious about life after university? We have resources the can equip your students with what they need in order to launch their careers. Integrating career education into curricular spaces enables faculty to lead students to identify skills, reflect on how classroom or program-level knowledge benefits their careers and prepares them for the employment process (co-op, work-integrated learning, post-graduation).
In this workshop, you will learn how to prepare an effective résumé and cover letter by analyzing job descriptions, assessing the relevance of your transferable skills and articulating these transferable skills in an action-oriented way.
The Centre for Career Development (CCD) is hosting a Lunch and Learn Ask me Anything (LLAMA) event for graduate students!All Master's and PhD students are welcometo join us in the Tatham Centre 2218 on Thursday, February 29th between 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.. Bring your lunch and your curiosity about résumés, job searching, interviews or anything career-related for an afternoon with the graduate Career Advisors.
Come and go as you please, no registration required.
Understanding your personality and how it can relate to various jobs can help you make informed choices. NOTE: The TypeFocus personality assessment will be sent to you before the workshop begins. Please complete this activity prior to attending.
Career leader in-person drop-in appointments are cancelled for the week of February 19 - 23, 2024. This service will return on February 26, 2024.
Career leader in-person drop-in appointments will be happening virtually for Tuesday February 13, 2024.
After many months of consultations, information gathering and analysis, the Centre for Career Action (CCA) has rebranded and is now the Centre for Career Development (CCD).