Career Development and Experiential Learning is offering professionals an opportunity to share their expertise and experience with students.
The Hire UWindsor program will connect employers with grads.
UWindsor students looking to gain insight into potential career paths had the unique opportunity to shadow professionals at their jobs for the day through the Job Shadow Experience, a career exploration program offered through the Office of Career Development and Experiential Learning (CDEL) during Reading Week.
This year’s hosts shared valuable career advice and planned engaging activities to help students learn about the intricacies of the occupation and the skills required to succeed in the industry.
Applications for the Canadian Summer Jobs program grant are open until Dec. 22.
The Office of Career Development and Experiential Learning (CDEL) recently hosted a panel discussion of “Women Who Impact Tech” in partnership with WEtech Alliance to bring female professionals and students together to inspire success, expand their networks, and support women in the technology sector.