Many students are uncertain what to major in. They don’t know how to select their focus from among the wide variety of options. Other students wonder where a given major may lead. They wonder what their future will be like if they choose a particular path.
Our counsellors work with career-concerned students using a wide variety of resources. Our excellent stocked Career Resource Centre has all the information students need to make sound career decisions.
Career Planning and Placement
The Career Planning and Placement Office provides the following services to students:
- Employment opportunities are posted across campus, including the “Jobs Board” located in Student Services. The “Jobs Board” posts information, received daily, about part-time, summer and permanent employment as well as volunteer opportunities.
- Workshops are scheduled on writing résumés and cover letters, on interviewing and job search techniques, and in Internet job search skills.
- Employer Information sessions
- On-campus recruitment
- Career Fairs and other opportunities to meet potential employers.
- Student and graduate employment referral service.
For further information, call the Career Planning and Placement Officer at (204) 727-9651 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Resource Centre
Career Resource Centre
A. E. McKenzie Building
(204) 727-9651 or e-mail: email@example.com
Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m.
At the Centre, students will find a variety of resources aimed at generating ideas, developing their academic program, and defining their career goals. Students will find prospectus and program information on a wide range of career topics, as well as information on distance education, summer programs, studies abroad, and volunteer opportunities.
The Centre houses an extensive collection of university and college calendars. These include both graduate and undergraduate programs of all Canadian universities. Calendars for the United States, the United Kingdom and international programs are also available.
Job opportunities and employer information is available in the corporate files. This also includes information regarding working abroad.
For the convenience of students or visitors, the Centre also has a computer for course equivalents and access to the Internet.
You will find application forms for entrance exams, entrance requirements to various professional programs, or if you are simply trying to figure out what to do with your life, the Career Resource Centre is for you!
Student Services staff members would be happy to assist you in finding your way around the Career Resource Centre. Please feel free to drop in and have a look, or if you would like, make an appointment with one of the staff for assistance! SEE YOU SOON!
Phone: 1-204-727-9651 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
All of the above information is available in alternate format upon request.