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Career Services

Career Resource Centre Supervisor
K. Mahoney, BA (Waterloo)

Assistant Supervisor
A. Lynch

Marketing Co-ordinator
J. Cullen, BA (Waterloo)

Career Advisors
M. Bryan, BA (Waterloo)
C.A. Olheiser

The Career Services unit of the department offers a variety of services designed to assist all students with their career preparation. The Career Resource Centre houses a comprehensive reference library of career resource materials; each term workshops, seminars on career building skills are available on a group or individual basis; and an interview/employment process is available for graduating students and for alumni of the University.

Career Services facilities and services are available to all UW students and alumni.

Career Resource Centre

NH 1115, ext. 4047

Career Planning: occupational descriptions, job search materials and some national/international job postings, volunteer and entrepreneurial informationa

Education: universities, colleges, test applications, non-traditional education

Employer Information: employer files, videos and directories

Work/Study Abroad: programs and guides to going overseas

Career Preparation Services

NH 1115, 888-4047

Materials: Review printed and video materials in order to explore career options.

Group Sessions: Attend information sessions and workshops to enhance skills in career planning, self-assessment, researching occupations, resumé and letter writing, interviewing, job search, networking, and more.

Student Career Advisors: Students trained in the areas of career planning and job search are ready to help during the Fall and Winter terms with resumé and letter writing, interview skills and job search strategies. SCA office hours are posted around campus and in Career Services.

Individual Appointments: an appointment may be scheduled with a Career Advisor to resolve any concerns

Employment Network

NH 1115

Part-time, Summer Jobs (NH 1115, ext 4047): advertised throughout the year, in the Career Resource Centre.

Graduating Students (NH 1115, 888-4047): Regular and Co-op programs in all disciplines. Students may register in September of their graduating year (or the May prior for co-op students off-campus in the Fall) to pick up their copies of The Graduate newspapers. Interviews are held on campus during the Fall and Winter terms. For additional jobs during the Winter term, check in the Career Resource Centre.

Alumni (NH 1115, 888-4047): Inquire about the Employment Network job publication that enables UW Alumni to gain personal access to all permanent and contract jobs received by Career Services.

Short Term Contract: Alumni and graduating students seeking temporary employment, may register with Career Services.


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