Accessible Career Transitions (ACT) Advising
ACT Advising is a career development program that provides support to Carleton University students and alumni with disabilities.
By registering with the ACT program, you are welcome to access all or some of ACT’s specialized services including:
Individualized, Ongoing Support
You are invited to meet with an ACT Advisor to:
- Create plans for building exciting volunteer, social or work experiences that suit you and help you move toward your goals;
- Discuss your questions about career development or employment as it relates to disability;
- Develop and fine-tune your career documents, including cover letters and resumes;
- Tackle the challenges that can come with interview preparation for volunteer, part-time or full-time positions;
- Determine what next steps you could take to gain essential skills and create a strong network to support you in your career development.
ACT Appointments at Career Services
Once you are registered, you can book an ACT appointment by calling Career Services at (613) 520-6611 or e-mailing the ACT Program.
By joining the ACT Program, you can receive ongoing e-mail notices about program updates, major career development events, job postings, workshops, and other learning opportunities.
How can I register?
Current students and alumni can <register with ACT> to access support and receive notifications about recruitment events and specialized programming. By joining the ACT Program, you can receive ongoing e-mail notices about ACT program updates, major career development events, job postings from disability-smart employers and notices about employment-related workshops and learning opportunities.