Programs and Services

Our programs and services help U of A students, postdoctoral fellows, and alumni develop the skills, knowledge, and experience to successfully manage their careers. These opportunities will help you explore career options, look for work, and connect with professionals.

Meet with an advisor to get support and advice to help you explore career options, look for work, improve your work search documents, and prepare for interviews.
Career coaching is a working alliance between you and your coach to help you identify and understand challenges and obstacles, recognize their impact, and develop personalized strategies in addressing them. 
Connect with community-based professionals for a virtual discussion to learn about their career story and interests, and to ask your career questions.
The University of Alberta Career Integrated Learning program (CIL) supports undergraduate students and faculty members by enhancing their awareness of employability skills developed through academic course work.
Connect with community-based professionals for a virtual discussion to learn about their career story and interests, and to ask your career questions.
Apply for funding to help you participate in professional development during your degree.
Experience in the workplace can help you test out career options, apply academic knowledge, build transferable skills, and make professional connections.
Be matched with community-based professionals for a 1-4 day workplace visit during reading weeks.

Request our staff to present career and work-related topics to your class or group, on- or off-campus.

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.
T2C is a career development program designed to help you successfully navigate career transitions during and after university. The program will help you become self-directed in managing your career and support you in developing your knowledge, skills, attributes, and connections.