Career Services offers a variety of resources to connect your education to the career you want. Whether you are first year or alumni, we support your career development in every phase.
- Develop your personal awareness (interests, skills, values) through individual career appointments and career assessments taking into account your personal story.
- Develop your awareness of the programs, opportunities and career paths that are available to you.
- Explore career options within a grounded framework of career development research, labour market information and the changing economic landscape.
- Make informed careers decisions with professional career support synergizing your strengths and values with the current state of the work world.
Workshops & Courses
- Seminars for students on topics including career development, career resiliency, career planning in a digital age, labour market research, job application processes and more.
- Career Management for Coop — a one-credit career-focused course for Co-op students preparing students for the professional world of work
- Career Management for non-coop – a one-credit course exploring how to maximize Arts & Science education to transition into a successful career
Employer, Networking, and Mentorship Events
- Employer information sessions providing students the opportunity to learn more about and connect with specific employers
- A large annual Job Fair every March and smaller industry and program specific fairs
- Mentorship programming allowing students to connect on a personal level with professional across a wide variety of fields
- Access to professional career development faculty
- Equal access for Open Learning students - https://www.tru.ca/distance/services/careers.html
- Career resource library to support your career goals.
- Computers for student use to develop resumés, cover letters, and to research companies
- Private room for Skype or phone interviews
- Photocopier and scanner for employment related materials