Job Shadow Week
Job Shadow Week matches students and alumni with community-based professionals for a 1 to 3 day workplace visit during the fall and winter breaks.
Job shadowing is an excellent way to explore career options in a short period of time where you can accompany, observe, and interview professionals in their workplaces. Job Shadow Week participants will:
- Make connections
- Learn about the day-to-day realities of a career
- Gain valuable advice and insight
Sign up to participate! Augustana students are eligible to apply for job shadows in both the Camrose and Edmonton areas. To view available opportunities and apply, please visit https://www.ualberta.ca/career-centre/programs-events/job-shadow.
Want to host a Job Shadow Participant? Please contact the LAB office at 780 679-1662 or email@example.com
Watch a video about the experience of a sociology student who shadowed a communications professional at Alberta Innovates Technology Futures
Read about students’ Job Shadow experiences.
Career fairs are prime opportunities for employers to meet face-to-face with interested and talented students. The Augustana Job Fair is for all disciplines and will engage employers from diverse industries, in all areas (e.g. corporate, government, not for profit), and of all sizes.
Date: February 26, 2020
Are you an employer interested in participating? Find more information and register.
Upcoming Career Fairs and Exhibitors
Augustana Works Career Mixer
Meet Augustana alumni and community leaders at this networking event. Students will receive coaching to improve their networking skills before practicing through a facilitated networking activity. This event is open to all Augustana students. The Career Mixer is free to attend, but registration is required. Participants will:
- Practice networking
- Make connections with professionals from various fields
- Become aware of potential career options
Date: February 6th, 2020
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Multiple Mini Interviews
Many programs, particularly those in health-related fields, use Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI) for admission into their programs. MMIs are thought to better handle the biases of interviewers, more accurately predict academic performance, and assess non-cognitive skills like interpersonal skills, professionalism, critical thinking and ethical decision making. Candidates rotate through a circuit of stations where they are asked a question or posed a scenario. Interviewees are given a short time to prepare before delivering their response. Interviewers remain at the same station assessing the same question or scenario.
Our MMI Days
We simulate the MMI environment as closely as possible and tailor the questions and scenarios based on the field. You will have the choice of 3 different time slots throughout the day.
After participating in an MMI Day, you will receive both verbal and written feedback to help improve your interview performance.
MMI Day: Saturday,January 25, 2020, 10:00 AM, 11:15 AM, 1:00 PM
How to register
As our MMI Days are popular and spots are limited, early registration is recommended. Call the University of Alberta Career Centre at 780-492-4291 to register for a 1-hour session; phone messages will be returned in order of receipt.
$75/students and recent graduates (within the last eight months)
After U is a series of workshops held in January each year. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Career Centre Programs, Events, and Services
Our programs, events, and services help students explore career options and develop career management skills. We serve all University of Alberta students and alumni.
See what is offered, and check out the Career Centre events calendar at https://www.ualberta.ca/career-centre/programs-events