Events & Workshops

Resume Writing Workshop

Intended audience: Non co-op undergraduates

Offered: At least once per term.

Find out how to write professional-looking resumes that get you job interviews! Learn how to customize and format your resume content for specific job posting requirements.

Interview Skills Workshop

Intended audience:  Non co-op undergraduates

Offered: At least once per term.

Anxious about job interviews? Learn about commonly asked job interview questions and how to successfully answer them.

Find a Job Fast!

Intended audience: Non co-op students (and co-op students after they’ve completed all their work terms).

Offered: At least once per year

Learn effective job search strategies  – how to make most effective use of posted positions, and how to find (or develop) non-advertised work opportunities for yourself.

Interview Skills Practice Session

Intended audience: Non co-op undergraduates – and co-op students who’ve completed all co-op terms and want to brush up on their skills.

Offered: At least once per term

Practice and get immediate feedback on your answers to common job interview questions. Interactive, small group sessions.

Resume/Cover Letter Drop-In Editing Sessions

Intended audience: Non co-op undergraduates – and co-op students who’ve completed all co-op terms and want to brush up on their skills.

Offered: Typically bi-weekly throughout the winter term.

Do you already have a resume or cover letter prepared, and want some feedback?  20-minute feedback sessions available.

Individual Job/Career Advising Appointments (1 hour appointments)

Intended audience: Non co-op students (and co-op students after they’ve completed all their work terms). First priority is given to fourth-year students in their final term of studies.

Individual appointment times are booked  with Diane Johnson, the Computer Science department’s Career Planning and Placement Coordinator. She’s an experienced career counselor who can help you develop an effective job search plan, brainstorm job target alternatives and pinpoint your potential areas for improvement if your job search isn’t going well.