1. Navigating the Canadian Workplace

Career Services hosts a variety of workshops available to both students and alumni. All workshops require advance registration on mySuccess (login via Carleton Central).

Navigating the Canadian Workplace

Registration is open from January 17 to March 21, 2022, for the Winter term.

How to sign up: Please fill out the Navigating the Canadian Workplace registration form.

Are you looking for a job in Canada but aren’t sure where to begin? Are you thinking about working in Canada in the near future and looking for resources to answer some of your questions?

Navigating the Canadian Workplace is a virtual workshop series designed specifically to support international students, and students who are newcomers, as you explore strategies for finding work in Canada and transition into the Canadian workplace.

This is a self-directed workshop series, meaning you can complete the individual workshops in the series at your own pace. You will have eight weeks to complete all workshops in the series.

Workshop topics include:

  • Beginning your job search and building your resume
  • Canadian Workplace Culture
  • Introduction to the Canadian Hiring Process
  • What To Expect in a Job Interview
  • Transitioning into the Canadian Workplace

What to expect: Once you have registered, you will be given access to recordings of each of the five workshops through BrightSpace. During each workshop you can ask questions and participate in reflective exercises and activities to practice your skills.

If you have any questions or need assistance with the registration form, please email: ISWorkshops@cunet.carleton.ca.

There are no upcoming events scheduled at this time.

Please note: You don’t have to complete all five workshops, you can choose to only complete the workshops with topics that will be the most beneficial to you! However, if you do complete all five workshops in the series, you will be eligible to receive the Navigating the Canadian Workplace Acknowledgement on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR)!