Career Services | Student and Enrolment Services

By: University Core Dna Services  09-12-2011

is a vital link between education and employment, helping undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni, explore the question: "What can I do with my degree?" 

We are the No. 1 on-campus resource for delivering innovative and dynamic job search services to U of C students.  As the central career service office for all faculties (except the Haskayne School of Business, which has its own career centre), we coordinate all on-campus recruiting activities including company information sessions, job postings, interview scheduling, career fairs and job offers to Co-op/internship students. We make it easy for you to navigate your job search and make decisions about job offers.  We also help continuing students find part-time jobs, summer work and Co-op placements.

Our services to students include:

  • Job Link online job board: your top resource for finding jobs: part-time, full-time, summer or Co-op/Internship positions.  Located at
  • On-campus career fairs: one-stop events let students meet recruiters, explore career possibilities and search for jobs.  Fairs are held throughout the year:
    • Science and Engineering - September
    • Education Career Fair and Grad Studies Expo - October
    • Health and Social Services - January
    • Career and Job Expo - February
  • Web workshops and information: 24/7/365 access to relevant industry and career information, as well as workshops to hone your job-search skills
  • One-on-one consultations with Career Advisors: coaching and guidance on job and career search skills, as well as weekly drop-in resume review sessions called "Resume Rescue"
  • Industry and alumni panels: exploring careers and providing networking opportunities with prospective employers

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