Career Coaching

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 book

Coaching appointments can be purchased online. You must create a user account before purchasing.

After purchasing, you will be contacted by a career coach to set up your first appointment.

Purchase Coaching Appointments

Justin Pritchard

T2C Team Lead/Career Coach
2-701B Students' Union Building

  • About Justin

    Justin Pritchard has been employed at the Career Centre in various roles since 2011, including his current role as a Career Coach for the T2C program. As a Coach, he works closely with clients to help them uncover creative tactics for exploring career opportunities, as well as develop targeted work search strategies and tools. Justin is a Certified Career Development practitioner through the CDAA as well as a Certified Coach Practitioner through the Certified Coach Federation.

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

    As a parallel career, Justin is a Freelance Graphic Designer with a work history that started in fashion design in 2005 and segued into other design domains — including interiors, visual display, graphics, web, instruction, visual communications and design research. Because of his expertise in this area, he has presented at various conferences on the topic of design thinking in career development. Additionally, Justin is a Sessional Instructor in the Department of Art and Design and has completed a Master of Design (MDes) degree, which investigated the relationship between creativity and mindfulness in education.

Chloé A. Miller

T2C Career Coach
2-100 Students' Union Building

  • About Chloé

    Chloé has 17 years of experience working in the area of careers, including career coaching clients in various sectors and countries. She also completed a career coach management program approved by ICF, and holds a National Human Resources designation. She has ten years of knowledge working in staff management, hiring, and training with HSBC Bank where she received a BC management award for helping HSBC staff develop their potential.

    Chloé’s approach to helping clients move toward success is positive, encouraging, strength-based, and grounded in knowledge of workplace trends. She focuses on uncovering what is most important to her clients (in life and career) as a way to better assist individuals in building strategies to clarify their values, direction, skills and strengths, and challenges.

    Chloé holds a BA in Economics and International Relations from the University of British Columbia (UBC), and completed her clinical training at UBC's Community Counselling Clinic, as well as Simon Fraser University’s Student Clinic. She also received the faculty award for excellence in career counselling at UBC, and the National SSHRC award for her ongoing thesis on work-life dynamics. Her previous teaching experience includes UBC’s BEd program on diversity, motivation, and psychosocial wellbeing. She is currently completing her MA in Counselling (UBC).

    Chloé has extensive work experience in various cultural environments, including cross-culture counselling, French and Spanish language, various Asian cultures, and helping clients with mental and/or physical health concerns that impact their career.

    Outside of work, Chloé teaches yoga, and is passionate about supporting the wellbeing of others.