Put your degree to work.

Explore career options, network with employers, and learn how you can put your degree to work.

Connect with school boards seeking new teachers and Education students.

Engage with school board representatives from Alberta, nationwide, and International Recruiters.

Open your mind to the directions your degree can take you.

Learn from professionals who graduated with the same degree.

Our programs, events, and services help undergraduate students explore career options and develop career management skills.

Our programs, services, and events are available to graduate students and are specifically designed to help you explore opportunities both in and outside of academia, and improve your career management skills.

University faculty and staff have frequent interactions with students and play a critical role in the career development of students. We are here to support you in your work.

We are your Career Centre for life. Our programs and services support alumni in strengthening their career management skills and navigating career transitions. If you have graduated from the U of A within the last eight months, you are eligible for the student fees listed across our website.

Our programs, services, and events for postdoctoral fellows are specifically designed to help you improve your career management skills and explore opportunities both in and outside of academia.

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      Our online job postings are updated daily

      We receive new job postings on a daily basis from local, national, and international employers that want to connect with U of A students, postdoctoral fellows, and alumni. Easily search the postings by area of study, degree requirements, term (part-time or full-time), and job type (internship, permanent, summer, temporary).

      Searching our job posting board might just be the first step to your next opportunity.

      Expanding your experience over the summer

      Beyond paid work, there are many opportunities to strengthen your skills, expand your career knowledge, and build your network of contacts over the summer. Some prospects might take a few hours, while others may require more of your time.

      Volunteer

      All kinds of volunteer options exist, including short- and long-term commitments, as well as specific events.

      Talk to people whose careers interest you

      Summer is a good time to research professionals who intrigue you and conduct career information interviews.

      • Information interviews are opportunities to talk to a professional to learn about their career path, background, as well as their current job.

      Come visit us at the Career Centre

      The academic year can be hectic. Dedicate some time during the summer to invest in yourself and think about your career.

      • Advising appointments: receive guidance on managing your career and searching for work, polish your resume, create a professional LinkedIn profile, or practice your interview skills.
      • Career coaching: benefit from additional support in navigating career-related challenges and obstacles, build your career momentum, and develop personalized career strategies.
      • Guidebooks: explore our career resources and information.