Fortunately, Career and Employment Services has created information sheets to help students answer this question and explore career options. These are available in AH154 and online here.
The Career and Employment Services' website is also a great resource to help you explore your career options, prepare for a job search or interview and network with employers. They offer several workshops each week on interview skills, resume and cover letter writing, networking and more!
Visit their website for more information on their services or make an appointment to meet with a career advisor!
Co-op allows you to gain work experience directly related to your studies and make invaluable contacts in the workforce, all while earning a competitive salary. Completion of the program allows you to receive the Co-operative Education designation on your degree.
Visit their website to find out more about Co-operative Education & Internships.
Applied Studies is another special opportunity offered to all Arts & Science students as a way to earn course credit for career-related paid, volunteer or community service work experience. This program is specially designed to allow you to integrate principles learned in the classroom in a practical work setting.
Visit their website to find out more about our Applied Studies opportunities.
Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS)
The Government of Alberta has a fantastic website with lots of resources to help you explore career options, plan your education and find a job. It is a great place to start exploring your interests.
Visit www.alis.alberta.ca to get started!