With over 30,000 different occupations in Canada, the likelihood is that the right one for you does exist. Having a career goal in mind will help you find direction and feel motivated. Career planning involves:
- Assessing yourself
- Generating possibilities
- Researching options
- Narrowing it down
- Setting goal(s)
- Making plans to take you toward your goal(s)
How Can the Career Centre Help?
We can help you at any stage of the career planning process, regardless of whether you:
- don't have a clue what you want to do,
- know only what you don't want to do,
- want to explore a few existing ideas or come up with new ones
- have a general idea and need to find tune it.
If you are unsure about your career direction, or how to get to your goal, a good first step is to consult with one of our experienced Career Counsellors to clarify your situation and map out a plan of action.
You also may want to consider getting involved in Connections, our Career Mentoring program.
**Career Centre services are available to current students in full-time programs as well as alumni up to one year from grad date.**
For more detail on this service/topic, see the FAQs. For additional resources:
- check out many immediately useful links in the Online Resources section
- view and print a variety of related Career Centre documents in the downloads section