Online Workshops

Smart Job Hunting (notes and slides from May 2020 virtual conference)

The Career Centre held a Smart Job Hunting Virtual Conference on May 4-8, 2020. The topics included:

  • Welcome: Job Search for New Graduates During COVID-19
  • Writing Effective Resumes & Cover Letters
  • Employer Panel: Current Labour Market & Application Tips
  • Preparing for Job Interviews
  • Alumni Panel
  • Building and Developing Professional Relationships Online
  • Resume Feedback
  • Interview Practice

Thank you to everyone who participated. For those interested, all slides and resources are now available here https://q.utoronto.ca/enroll/YH7CJ7

 

Know Yourself

The following interactive workshops are available here https://q.utoronto.ca/enroll/FAHHLL

Know Yourself

A course designed by the Career Centre to help you with questions about what to do after you graduate. This course is a starting point to help you articulate who you are, what you want in a career and helps you begin to develop a career plan.

Career Exploration Part 2

Learn how to effectively explore careers on your own, as well as resources and programming. Complete Career Exploration 101 first – it just takes 10 minutes.

Program Selection and Career Options – Arts and Science 

Learn about how to choose your programs, including what is a specialist, major and minor; the difference between Type 1, 2 and 3 programs, use of the Subject POST request periods and how you can explore the connection between your program and career interests. The session is offered jointly with the Office of the Registrar and the Career Centre.

Program Selection and Career Options – Commerce and Management

Learn about how to choose your programs, including what is a specialist, major and minor; the difference between Type 1, 2 and 3 programs, use of the Subject POST request periods and how you can explore the connection between your program and career interests. The session is offered jointly with the Office of the Registrar and the Career Centre.

 

Professionalism in the Workplace

The following interactive workshops are available here https://q.utoronto.ca/enroll/E4H333

Now That I’m Graduating, What’s Next -  Learn about effective job searching and helpful resources and gain access to full-time jobs on CLNx.

Finding Internships and Summer Jobs (also look at our COVID-19 Tips and Resources)   

Learn to Network - Discover proven techniques to introduce yourself to potential networking contacts and industry professionals. Learn to confidently manage yourself in business and social settings and leave a positive lasting impression.

LinkedIn

Working in Teams – learn how to be an effective team member

Working Effectively with Your Boss

Disability in the Workplace – increase your understanding of disability issues and how everyone can contribute to workplace success.

Networking at Work – learn strategies and tips for engaging in networking in the workplace.

Diversity and Inclusion at Work – learn how you can contribute and what you will gain from a diverse and inclusive workplace.

Asking Good Questions – learn the benefits of asking good questions, their characteristics and how to ask them.

Business Communication – learn to write business emails and letters along with professional communication etiquette.

 

Don’t forget to ask any questions to our Career Counsellors, Employment Strategists and trained student staff during our Live Chat