1. Your Career Starts Now!
  2. What Can I Do With A Degree In
  3. Resume, Cover Letter Development

The Career Services team is available to visit to your class, club, or society to present a Career in the Classroom Workshop. We offer three core workshops, each designed for a specific student demographic. Below are the learning outcomes for each of Career Services’ three core workshops.

Your Career Starts Now!

For 1st and 2nd year students

At the end of this presentation, attendees will be able to:

  • Identify the events, services and resources offered by Career Services to help them begin their career planning now
  • Gain an increase in clarity about the career planning process and dispel common career myths
  • Discover online resources that can help them learn about career options that align with their interests
  • Recognize the importance of experiential learning as a method of career researching and some of the key programs and resources available to them

What Can I Do With A Degree In

For 3rd and 4th year students

At the end of this workshop, attendees will be able to:

  • Identify services, resources and events offered by Career Services
  • Understand the stages of the career planning cycle and the flexibility of a degree
  • Recognize the importance of self-knowledge in career planning and targeting a job search
  • Find out how to identify skills and employment opportunities
  • Discover new job search strategies, tools and the hidden job market
  • Identify different networking tools and strategies to expand networking opportunities

Resume, Cover Letter Development

(Undergraduate and graduate students)

At the end of this workshop, attendees will be able to:

  • Identify the resume style best highlights skills and experiences
  • Develop the ability to format a targeted resume for specific positions and organizations
  • Discover how to identify and best market transferable skills
  • Distill and highlight developed skills through a review of past experiences
  • Understand how to write accomplishment-based job and skill statements
  • Build the foundational sections of an effective resume