Open to all students, from any discipline, at any level
Receive expert feedback on your cover letter and resume, and engage in activities that are relevant in today's diverse workplace. Think differently about your experiences and how your unique background can positively contribute to your job search.
Registration is $20, non-refundable after the course start date. Duration 5 weeks. Recognized on your co-curricular record.
Spring 2023 Sessions: January 10 - February 3 OR February 27 - March 30
Online Co-curricular Program, open to all students, from any discipline
Your career is not only one of the biggest factors shaping your life – it’s also one of your biggest opportunities to make a difference in the world. This can feel like a lot of pressure! But with so many big problems to solve in our communities and globally, how do you know where to begin?
This online co-curricular program will support you through exploring and taking action towards your post-SFU career, while also counting towards your Co-Curricular Record and earning your Career Ready Changemakers - Certificate of Completion. This self-directed program contains a mix of live and on-demand sessions to be completed before January 31, 2023.
For more details, please visit the Career Ready Changemakers Program page.
Open to all students and alumni
Explore hundreds of career, co-op, volunteer and graduate school opportunities and meet representatives from many organizations this spring at the Mini Big Career Fair on February 15-16, 2023. Check out the recorded workshops and panels to help you prepare and make the most of your time at the Fair.
More details https://www.sfu.ca/students/career/fair.html
3 Part Workshop Series for Graduate and PostDoctoral Students
Whether your next step is academia or industry, this free workshop series will help you evaluate your current situation, interests and strengths, explore your values and priorities and identify future possibilities.
Sessions must be completed in order.
|Session 1: Getting Started||Session 2: Connecting the Dots and Prioritizing||Session 3: Taking Action and Moving Forward|
|Thurs Feb 2, 10:30-12:20||Thurs Feb 9, 10:30-12:20||Thurs Feb 16, 10:30-12:20|
Explore your interests, strengths, and values and identify a diverse range of career possibilities.
Prioritize what matters most and craft a statement about your career that will act like a compass moving forward.
Create an action plan enabling you to make the best choices in your career, work and life.