While in-person services have been suspended due to the pandemic, the Career Centre is offering workshops, coaching and more online.
Pro tip: prepare ahead of time to get the most out of your visit.
Learn how to spruce up your resume, sharpen your job-search techniques, discover how to tap into the hidden job market and more on Dec. 17-19.
Here are four great reasons (and one great example) of how volunteering will improve your life – and your community. Bonus: We’re hosting a Volunteer Fair Sept. 24 & 26!
Computer and Information Systems student Manupreet Kaur is ready to embark on her dream career with work experience gained from her Co-op work term.
A successful career can mean different things to different people. For Dispensing Opticianry grads Sara Moshurchak and Dana Dempsey, success means bringing creativity and customization to producing unique eye wear in an industry dominated by mass production.
Find out how Douglas College’s Indu Deivendran landed a job just a few months after attending a recruitment event.
I tried thinking my way into a career path once. Not just tried; my face was scrunched up, it felt like my bedroom was shaking, and I think my hair even went blond for a moment. I was adamant on deciding everything I ever wanted in life right then and there. If I just concentrate hard enough, I thought, then I’ll be able to find whatever answer there is hidden deep inside me. Wouldn’t that have been nice? Not knowing what I wanted to be was a confusing thing, especially for my… Read More
Résumés. We use them to get our first jobs and we know we’ll use them every step of the way towards our ultimate career. It’s a sheet of paper that details all of our professional and educational accomplishments. No pressure! Now, I don’t know about you, but for me, making a résumé on my own isn’t so easy. It’s hard to remember everything that’s relevant to my résumé, let alone write it in the correct order and structure it properly. Questions begin to pop up like, what are employers looking for? What… Read More
The most underrated horror story is definitely the one where a student starts their post-secondary education and figures out that they absolutely hate the major/program they’re in. A close second to that horror would be the sequel where the student’s younger bro starts school with no idea what he wants to do with the rest of his life. Ahh, but there’s a happy ending! The career counsellors in the Student Services department at Douglas College are an enormous help with students who are in this ‘stuck’ position. The counsellors host a Career… Read More