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Career and Experiential Learning

Visit the Faculty of Student Development's Career and Experiential Learning (CEL) department, for information on Career Services, Cooperative Education, and Experiential Learning. Take me there

Get the experience and connections you need for a satisfying career:

Student Awards

WorkStudy Program

WorkStudy is a TRU funded financial assistance program which offers an opportunity for Canadian students to work part-time on campus in positions that accommodate their studies.

Get the skills, documents and confidence you need to succeed. We help you build resumés, cover letters and portfolios — and provide free one-on-one counselling.

We are committed to supporting students reach their career goals through a variety of initiatives.

SRCL 1000 (formerly SERV 1000) is for community-minded first-year students wanting exposure to academic, volunteer service and cultural experience connected within and beyond the university context.

Engage with the campus and local community—you will discover so many experiential learning opportunities.

Volunteering is a great way to get experience that will help you with your career development and can be one of the most fulfilling experiences of your life.

Co-operative Education blends on-campus learning with practical applied learning.

Experience More guides can help you discover more experiential opportunities to engage with campus and local community while pursuing your academic goals.

Community, provincial and national organizations compete to recruit TRU students for part-time and full-time positions.

TRU Generator

TRU Generator

The TRU Generator teaches how to take an entrepreneurial approach to building your business or career.

For more Career and Experiential Learning videos and many others visit the TRU YouTube page.

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