Your education isn’t just about what you learn in the classroom — it’s also about bridging the experiences you have outside of it. Career Bridge is here to help you succeed during your time at the University of Lethbridge and beyond. We run workshops, offer in-person support and provide many online resources to help you navigate your career.
Career Bridge consists of a powerhouse lineup featuring Co-op, Applied Studies, Career Services and an Experiential Transcript Advisor. Its mandate is to offer exceptional work-integrated learning, experiential learning and career services so that every participating student can benefit from an outstanding academic and professional development experience.
We serve all uLethbridge students and alumni — you can continue to access our Career Services after you graduate!
Students work with a multitude of businesses locally, provincially and nationally through a variety of co-op and applied study positions. Here are a few of their stories.
Mikey Lewis (BA ‘20) Encourages Students to Work Together to Make a Difference
Mikey Lewis (BA '20) graduated this past spring with a double major in anthropology and religious studies along with an honours thesis. Reflecting on their journey, Mikey has always gone above and beyond …
Emily Demyen (BA ’18) Uses her uLethbridge Experience to Create Belonging for Others
Emily Demyen (BA '18) is a diligent and persistent worker. Finding moments of mindfulness throughout the day is essential to her and a skill she honed throughout her eight-month co-op work term, applied and …
Allison Farfus (BSc '17) is a Rural Resident Doctor with a Passion for Patients’ Stories
Dr. Allison Farfus (BSc '17) completed her U of L biological sciences degree in 2017 as the Faculty of Arts and Science Gold Medal Recipient. Now, as a resident doctor in rural family medicine through …
Imogen Pohl Reflects on her Six-year Journey at the University of Lethbridge: Even Superheroes Take a Day Off Now and Then
Sixth-year student Imogen Pohl is close to completing her degree at the University of Lethbridge. A traditional four-year undergraduate degree was not in the cards for her. Instead, she set out to get …
Co-op Student Matthew Alexander Shares why Grit and Interpersonal Skills are Essential to Career-Building
As a fifth-year agricultural studies student, Matthew Alexander continues to explore opportunities outside of the classroom. He swam on the Pronghorn’s Swim team for four years and explored work-integrated learning through co-op.