How We Can Help

Have you ever heard students ask questions such as:

  • What can I do with my degree in...?
  • What courses do I need to get into...?
  • How do I find on-campus jobs?
  • Where can I get help with my resume?
  • How can I gain career-related experience?
  • I’m considering grad school but I have questions...

The Career Centre can help! We have helped thousands of students start their careers - we can help your students, too.

Our goal is to engage students in the process of career development over the full four years at U of T Mississauga. You can help us by encouraging students to get started by visiting us in DV 3094. Our events are promoted through our web site and e-mail newsletter; please encourage students to sign up for this useful tool to keep informed of services including:

Partnerships with Academic Departments

We would be pleased to help you integrate career education into your courses or develop career related sessions for your students. Examples of recent partnerships includes:

  • What Can I Do With a Degree in Historical Studies
  • Management Networking Breakfast
  • Marketing & Communications Networking Breakfast (CCIT, Management)
  • Practice Interview Workshop & Practice Interviews for M. Biotech
  • Resume & Cover Letter Workshop for Environment Internship Course
  • Resume & Cover Letter Workshop for CCIT Internship Course
  • Futures in Philosophy
  • Career Options in Political Science
  • Biology Syrvivor's Night
  • Networking Night for Economics Students
  • And many more

For more information regarding partnering with us, please contact:

Monica Scott
Career Outreach Consultant
905-569-4541
monica.scott@utoronto.ca

Download our Faculty/Staff brochure here.

 

Hire A Student

Want to hire a student to help with projects, services, research? Students are eager to work on campus. Post your on-campus position with the Career Centre Online. In addition to regular hiring for on-campus jobs, we can also provide you with information about funding through the Work-Study Program as well as other government funding programs.

For more information, please contact:

Michelle Atkinson
Coordinator, Events & Employer Services
905-828-5477
michelle.atkinson@utoronto.ca