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Career and Volunteer Services supports the career education and professional development of all SFU students

We provide workshops, resources, conversations and opportunities to offer transformative experiences, support aspirations and educate on career development strategies. We promote inclusive and accessible spaces that foster confidence in work or volunteer positions, career, life and student life. 

Find Your Why.   Tell Your Story.   Get Career Ready.

Workshop Menu

Book a workshop for your class, club, student union, professional development gathering, or working group! 

Our workshops are open to ALL students at SFU (undergraduate, graduate and new alumni) and are facilitated by professional Career Educators from our award-winning office, or by our specially trained Career Peers.

Resumé Learn to create an outstanding resume that will help you stand out from other applicants. (60 mins)

Cover Letter Learn to write an authentic letter that makes a great first impression. (60 mins)

Interview Tips Gain confidence and reduce stress for in-person or online interviews(60 mins)

Career Thinking and Team Building Learn more about yourself to help guide your future life and career, while getting to know others in a fun group activity. (1.5 - 2 hrs).

Where Can My Degree Take Me? Look beyond job titles and a discover career paths based on real-world challenges that inspire you. (60 mins)

Process

To book a group workshop, please submit our online webform at least four weeks in advance of desired dates. You will be responsible for room bookings or virtual links and event promotion. We may require a minimum group size to proceed.

To view upcoming events, info sessions and our annual events, please visit our events page.

We look forward to working with you!

 

+  More about our interactive workshops

We use current career theories, resources and tools to enhance our curriculum and are designed to: engage in a creative process to get clear about who you are and what matters most, generate future possibilities and make well-informed decisions about work and life, develop a compass for creating, recognizing, and acting on opportunities to move forward, and align talents with the future world of work.

Workshops are built around questions students are asking: What kinds of work do I want to do and how do I want to make an impact? What is my story and how do I tell my story effectively? How can I get ready for a change and transition - and do it well? How can I get more career and work direction?  What do I need to know to feel more confident with my skills and choices? What can I do now to get moving in a direction I like? Who am I? Who am I becoming?