Career Services News Archive
March 1, 2017 —
Reflecting on your strengths and preferences in your extra-curriculars - your employment, volunteering, and hobbies -may be the key to discovering or confidently confirming an appropriate career path!
February 1, 2017 —
University of Manitoba alumni are some of the best resources for current students. They’ve walked the same hallways, travelled the same paths and taken similar courses, possibly with the same professors!
January 9, 2017 —
The 2017 Career Fair is fast approaching and whether you’re looking for work now or want the opportunity to see what’s out there for the future, this event is for you
January 9, 2017 —
As part of the month's events, the Career Fair is being held over two days, Jan. 17 and Jan. 18
December 13, 2016 —
Time off during a university program, like the upcoming Holiday Break and February’s Mid Term Break, is scheduled purposefully. What you do with this time is completely up to you. Often breaks allow you relax and to regenerate your brain cells. It’s a great time to get social (catch up with friends, workout more, sleep, eat, etc.), or work extra shifts for your next tuition payment.
November 22, 2016 —
You’ve settled in a little, started exploring academically, and you’ve started learning about the kinds of things you enjoy. Second year is the perfect time to get started on your career plan.
September 28, 2016 —
If you’re in your final year of university, you have a lot of things on your grad year to-do list...
August 9, 2016 —
The Work-Study Program at the University of Manitoba is one of the many experiential learning opportunities available to students. Experiential learning - learning through personal, academic or professional experience – helps students put theory into practice and develop industry skills and career-related experience.
March 22, 2016 —
Congrats! Your resumé and cover letter have convinced the employer that you deserve an interview! It’s time to show the hiring panel that you are the best person for the job.
March 16, 2016 —
Networking is a social activity. When you get together with your friends you talk about topics that are of interest to all. You tell stories, you have some laughs, you celebrate each other’s successes and you might even learn something new. The same type of social interaction can be used when it comes to professional settings. It’s just more formal than when you are with friends.