- Workshops and Events
- Work and Volunteer Opportunities
- Resources and Support
- Faculty and Staff
Whether you are seeking volunteer roles, trying to land a job, looking at further education and training, or just starting out in your career thinking, these resources can help.
SFU’s Career Education Specialists and Career Peers are available in person, over zoom or by phone. Call 778.782.3106 to book an appointment. Services are available for free for SFU students and graduate students, and to new grads for one year after graduation.
We can talk about anything career-related, and help you make a plan. Our topics include career exploration, resumes, cover letters, mock interviews, work search strategies, ways to volunteer, or build an online presence.
Career Ready Changemaker Program
Do you have a passion and desire to make positive social and environmental change? This online co-curricular program will support you through exploring and taking action in your academic journey, post-SFU career or in the middle of your degree and questioning your direction. For more information on the program, click here.
Free for SFU students, LinkedIn Learning is a place where you can build your skills on all kinds of work and career-related topics. Sign up with your SFU email address and access courses. You’ll even receive Certificates of completion.
LinkedIn Guys Online Course
LinkedIn Guys course will guide you to build and optimize a profile page, and start interacting and networking with an audience, alumni and other leads. Learning how to use LinkedIn, may even lead to landing a great job!
To sign up for this course, please send an email with the subject line "LinkedIn Guys" to firstname.lastname@example.org from your SFU email account. You will promptly receive login information to complete your registration.
Online Career Tools
Information on occupations and possible career paths, along with videos and interviews of people currently working in those fields.
To access Career Cruising, please send an email from your SFU email account to email@example.com with the subject line "Career Cruising". You will promptly receive login information.
Get a real-world snapshot of the industry demand in careers you're pursuing and identify future employers.
What can I do with a degree in...?
This is your first step to exploring opportunities in your area of study and beyond. Expand your career ideas and see where different majors could lead you.
A Government of BC resource where you can explore the qualifications, earnings and projected demand of over 500 careers.
See the additional resources below to support you in your research and career exploration:
- Canada’s Best Diversity Employers
- Job Bank
- Indigenous Link
- Government of Canada for Indigenous students and graduates
- Indigenous Intern Leadership Program (Indigenous graduating and alumni students only)
People of Colour
People with Disabilities