What's Next?

Now that you’ve been accepted into an Academic Internship, Practicum, Work-Integrated Learning or Community Engaged Service Learning course, chances are that you may need to find your own placement.  But don’t panic!  There are a number of resources on campus available to you that will help you get on track to finding the perfect placement.

UTM Career Centre

The Career Centre is a great resource for students who are looking for work. Whether you are looking for an internship, a work-study position, or a full-time or part-time job, the Career Centre will provide you with a number of resources to make your search a little bit easier. 

Check out their bulletin board, or book an appointment with an advisor.

Take advantage of their resume/cover letter critiques and workshops to make sure that you present yourself in a professional and impressive way.

Career Centre’s E-Resources Library

The Career Centre's Career Resource Library contains information about a wide range of career choices, resume and cover letter preparation guides, effective work search methods, tipsheets, and much more.

You can choose from a wide variety of books and E-books with a range of subjects from what to do with your degree to where you can find careers that are in line with your interests.

Visit Your Undergraduate Advisor

A number of departments will have a job posting board with employment opportunities relevant to your field of study. Make sure to drop by your department and see what is available to you. 

You can also speak with your undergraduate advisor to get advice on the type of placement you should be looking into and to set you off in the right direction.

The Experiential Education Unit

The Experiential Education Unit is available to you to help point you in the right direction. If you are having a hard time finding a placement, the office can help you get in touch with community partners, and help you explore your different options based on your interests and studies. Feel free to contact us any time!