We're here to support you!

We may be working remotely but we're still "here" to provide you with the services that you need.

To provide you with uninterrupted service, the Career Centre is currently delivering all advising appointments either by Google Hangouts or phone. Learn more about Career Centre advising or book an appointment here.

Visit the COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus) Information page for the latest University updates.

The Career Centre is your source for career and employment information and expertise at the University of Alberta (UAlberta). We strive to empower the talented people at UAlberta to develop the skills, knowledge, experiences, and connections they need to confidently manage their careers. We use a planned happenstance approach as careers can be affected by unplanned events. This approach involves taking action and trying new things-even if you are unsure of the outcome.

When exploring career options, we encourage you keep the following in mind:

  • Engage-deliberately and intentionally-in a variety of activities.
  • Follow your curiosities and interests.
  • Get involved in life beyond academics.

It's also important to take time to reflect on your actions, both during and after. This reflection can help you identify what you enjoyed, what you learned, what you disliked, and what you can do next.

Interested in learning more? Connect with us to find out how we can help you navigate and manage your career experiences.


For people with a permanent disability or mental health diagnosis, finding and keeping work is usually no different than for those without disabilities. However, there may be additional things to consider:
If, when, and how should I tell others about my disability?
Will disclosing my disability help me reach my goal of securing and maintaining work?
Will disclosing my disability help me get the support and accommodations I need to be successful in the workplace?

Disclosing your disability is an important and complex decision that is entirely yours to make. What is right for one person in one situation, may not be successful in another.

The Accessibility Work Experience Program Coordinator can meet with you to discuss the question of disclosure and to help you determine whether and how to request accommodations in the workplace.

Learn more about the Accessibility Work Experience Program

New Graduates 

Congratulations and welcome to the U of A alumni community. As for all new graduates, we are your career centre for life. You can access our programs and services today and into the future.

You are graduating during unprecedented times. Be proud of your large and small achievements this year and make note of them. These can be academic, such as passing a difficult class, or personal, like connecting with friends and family. You will play an essential role in contributing to and diversifying the Alberta and Canadian economies. We know this transition may be more challenging than usual, and we want you to know that we’re here to help. 

  • Book an advising appointment:
    • Get feedback on your resume or cover letter
    • Practice an interview with a Career Advisor and receive feedback
    • Discuss career options and learn strategies to look for work
    • Perfect your LinkedIn profile 
  • Talk to a career coach to receive guidance in clarifying and working towards your preferred career.
  • Discuss questions related to accessibility in the workplace and how to disclose a disability or mental health diagnosis to an employer.
  • Connect with employers
  • Look for a job

Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for updates about our programs and resources. 

Set up your campusBRIDGE alumni account: 

  1. Use Safari, Chrome, Firefox to access campusBRIDGE.ualberta.ca 
  2. On the main page select Alumni
  3. Click on Register for an account
  4. Fill in all relevant fields for immediate access

Watch this short instructional video on how to set up your campusBRIDGE account.

Learn about more about the Alumni Community.