Services & Resources
The Career Centre offers students and recent graduates (for two years after graduation) access to a variety of individual appointments, workshops, programs, employment services, events, drop-in services and resources.
If you're an alumnus who graduated more than two years ago, and you are wondering about career services available to you, please visit http://alumni.utoronto.ca/services/career-services.
Career Counselling: If you are unsure about your career direction or how your academic major relates to work after graduation, you may find it helpful to make an individual appointment with one of our professional Career Counsellors. Career Counsellors will also provide feedback on Personal Statements required for graduate schools. Contact the Career Centre to book an appointment.
Employment Advisors: Our Employment Advisors are here to help you with some key elements of your job search: your resume, cover letter and interview skills. Contact the Career Centre to book an appointment.
Resume Critiques: Individual 30 minute appointments are available in the Career Centre. Online same-day sign-up is available on critique days starting at 9:00 a.m. For a list of critique days see our Events Calendar.
Limit of three critiques per term per student. In order to provide critiques to as many UTM students as possible, please call us at 905-828-5451 in advance if you need to cancel your appointment. Please refer to our late cancellation and no show policy on your confirmation of registration.
Small group workshops help you begin your career planning and sharpen your work search skills. We offer a variety of workshops covering different phases in the career planning process. Check the list of workshops hosted by the Career Centre, and check the Events Calendar for upcoming dates.
Career Exploration can help you make good decisions for your future, and it doesn't have to take a long time! Learn about how you can explore careers on your own and how you can gain access to UTM's three career exploration programs.
We have postings for full-time work following graduation; Summer Employment; Part-time/Temporary; On-Campus; Ontario Work Study Program on-campus jobs; and Volunteer.
Events, Fairs, and Employer Information Sessions
Career fairs, employer recruitment sessions, career and industry panels, networking events and more. See our Events Calendar for upcoming events. Find out more about our fairs: the Get Experience Fair, Graduate and Professional Schools Fair, and the Summer and Full-Time Job Fair.
See About Us for hours of operation.
Student Career Assistants: Available throughout the academic year to help you locate and use Career Centre resources. Students who help students.
Career Resource Library: Information about careers and career planning, college and university calendars, professional schools, effective work search methods, employer directories, Work/Study Abroad information, a Networking Binder and more. Computers are available through which you can access web sites, job postings and Career Cruising, a Canadian Electronic Career Guide.
Job Search Support Weekly Drop In Sessions: Attend a Job Search Support Weekly Drop In session. You can speak to an Employment Advisor or Career Counsellor in order to address your job search concerns and gain support in your job search efforts. No registration is required, simply drop by! Dates, times, and locations for JSS Weekly Drop In sessions are visible on the Career Learning Network Mississauga Events Calendar.