Our programs and events are designed to help U of A students, postdoctoral fellows, and alumni successfully manage their careers. These opportunities serve to provide support and expertise, and connect talented people.
Learn about and network with specific employers.
See the list of exhibitors.
Learn from professionals that graduated with your degree.
The Career Mentoring Program brings mentors, mentees, and the Career Centre together to develop the skills, knowledge, attitudes, and connections mentees need as they transition into the world of work.
Grants and funding helps students access learning and professional development activities throughout university.
Experience in the workplace can help you test out career options, apply classroom knowledge, build transferable skills, and make connections in the community.
U of A Job Shadow Week matches students, postdoctoral fellows and alumni with community-based professionals for a 1-4 day workplace visit during reading weeks.
Networking events, such as career fairs, information sessions, and employer-specific mixers, help you connect with employers interested in hiring U of A students.
Learn from advice and experience of professionals who graduated with your degree or work in your field of interest.
The program supports spouses and partners of newly hired academic staff (i.e. Faculty, APOs, FSOs, and Librarians) on continuing appointments to achieve their employment goals upon relocating to Edmonton.
Choosing only one career for the rest of your life is not realistic. At Summer Career Camp, we teach you how to design a dynamic career that adapts as you change throughout life.
T2C is a career development program designed to help you successfully navigate career transitions during and after university.