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Helping you get ahead of your career
Take advantage of the many options at SFU which can lead to a successful career.
Check out these key tools to help you get a head start on your career.
Level up your career development superpowers!
Connect with people who are doing what you're curious about!
Explore things you can do BEYOND your course requirements! You don’t need all the answers now, but it’s a good idea to start engaging.
Your degree develop numerous transferrable skills that open up opportunities in different sectors. You’re also developing skills outside of your classes too.
They all add up! Your experience within and beyond your classes are developing you professionally and personally. The knowledge, skills, and experience are all connected!
Pay attention to what interests you and find out how you can learn more about it.
Research options you’re curious about like events on campus, workshops, and online tools.
Based on your experiences, what have you learned about yourself and your future possibilities?
Gain clarity about what’s important to you and how you want to show up in the world, discover more career-life options and create action plans to make informed decisions about your future.
Session One: Getting Started
September 21, 11:30am–12:30pm
Session Two: Connecting the Dots
September 28, 11:30am–12:30pm
Session Three: Taking Action and Moving Forward
October 5, 11:30am–12:30pm
Explore potential next steps for your future and hone your ability to job search effectively. Gain ideas, some tools and actionable steps to help plan your future after SFU!
October 12, 11:30am–12:30pm
Tips to help you effectively present your education, experiences, and strengths for maximum impact on your resume and position your LinkedIn profile to show up on recruiters' searches.
October 18, 3:30pm–4:30pm
Deveop the skills and confidence to answer challenging interview questions and connect authentically with employers. Gain clarity from recruiters on industry insights and career possibilities.
October 25, 3:30pm–4:30pm
Scheduled for Fall and Spring semesters, the virtual platform connects job seekers to organizations for full-time, part-time, volunteer, and educational opportunities. Not sure if you’re ready? Attend prep sessions on career topics such as virtual networking, resume, and wellness in job search. Expore the fair!
FASS departments organize alumni career panel discussion and similar career events. Be inspired by alumni who were studying the same major as you and now working in many diverse careers. Look out for event announcements from departments’ websites and newsletters. Find your department!
The skills and abilities that Arts and Social Sciences students are known for – from critical thinking and communications, to research and analysis - are highly-regarded by employers in all sectors. In Co-op, you’ll explore career options, earning a competitive income and building your resume before you graduate. Learn more!