As the winter semester comes to a close, many students are still looking for a summer job to earn money, develop their skills, and meet valuable contacts. The March Career Information Brief, published by the Centre for Career Education, offers some resources and advice to assist students reach the important goal of finding work this summer.
The centre maintains a job postings site on the myCareer portal, and offers services to help students with career development, including:
- vocational assessments to help identify potential career paths and choices;
- one-on-one career advising;
- experiential learning programs such as the Volunteer Internship Program;
- assistance with resume and cover letter writing, job search planning, and interview preparation and practice through mock interview sessions.
The briefs are aimed at providing faculty and staff with timely information they can use to assist students. Read the current edition, as well as previous briefs, on the centre’s Web site.