Career Coaching

SERVICE NOTICE: We're here to support you!
To support physical distancing, our career coaches are working remotely. Upcoming appointments will be moved to either Google Hangouts or phone.

We are currently unable to accept new clients into Transition to Career (T2C) and Career Coaching. Both services remain active for existing clients.

Please complete this form if you are interested in registering for either program. We will contact you as soon as we are able to accept new clients.

Navigating your career can sometimes leave you feeling lost, blocked, frustrated, and in need of some help moving forward.

Career coaching is a working alliance between you and your coach. It will help you identify and understand challenges and obstacles, recognize their impact, and develop personalized strategies in addressing them. A series of career coaching appointments can help you to:

  • Develop a deeper self-awareness and self-concept
  • Clarify your career-related goals
  • Break through various limitations and barriers
  • Build motivation while working towards immediate and future goals
  • Strengthen your approach to lifelong learning and self-discovery

U of A students, alumni, and staff:

  • $150/package of 3 coaching appointments (must be purchased initially)
  • $50/additional appointment (only available after completing the initial package of 3 appointments)


  • $300/package of 3 coaching appointments (must be purchased initially)
  • $100/additional appointment (only available after completing the initial package of 3 appointments)
How to Purchase
  1. Go to campusBRIDGE portal to sign up for an account.
    Check out this quick video on setting up an account in campusBridge.
  2. Select your status as student, staff, alumni or guests depending on your relationship to the university. (If you are a student, you can log in using your CCID and password. Other types of users may need to first register for a new user account.)
  3. Once registered go to the Online Store. You will find two products under Career Coaching: Initial Coaching Package, and Additional Coaching Appointment.
  4. If this is your first time purchasing Career Coaching, please select the Initial Coaching Package. (Additional appointments can be purchased once you've purchased the initial package of three appointments.)
  5. After purchasing, you will be contacted by a career coach to set up your first appointment.
Purchase Coaching Appointments
Book Appointment
  1. Go to campusBRIDGE portal and log in to your account.
  2. Once logged in, go to Career Centre Appointments. You can find all open appointments by clicking on View Calendar, or you can use Book by Appointment Type or Book by Appointment Provider.

For any questions related to how to use campusBRIDGE, email or check out this quick tutorial.

Justin Pritchard
Team Lead and Career Coach
  • About Justin

    Justin Pritchard has been employed in various roles at the Career Centre since 2011, including his current roles as a Team Lead and Career Coach for the T2C program. As a Coach, he works closely with clients to help them develop strategic tactics for exploring career options and build targeted work search tools and strategies. Justin is a Certified Career Development Professional (CCDP) through the CDAA, as well as a Certified Master Coach Practitioner (CMCP) through the CCF.

    His work at the Career Centre intersects with his role as the Past-President of a mindfulness group on campus. Researching and disseminating information on the relationship between careers and mindfulness is something Justin is known for. He has a long-standing personal and professional practice, which he shares with his clients, colleagues and participants who have attended the health and wellness events he has presented at over the years.

    As a parallel career, Justin is a Graphic Designer and Sessional Instructor in the U of A Department of Art and Design. He holds a Master of Design (MDes) degree and a Master's in Curriculum and Instruction (focused on Design and Career Education). Because of his expertise in these areas, he has presented at various conferences on the topic of design thinking in career development.