Career Advisors provide career guidance and support to educate and motivate students (undergraduate and graduate, co-op and regular) and/or alumni to develop career goals and take action to achieve those goals. Each advisor on the team has one or more areas of particular advising knowledge and skill (e.g., career indecision or change, further education, event planning, co-op process navigation, peer leader supervision), and may work with one or more student populations (e.g., undergraduate students, graduate students, students who wish to go to professional or graduate school) and/or alumni.
Provide consistent and measurable career (and co-op) education/advisement for all students (co-op, regular) at all levels (undergraduate, graduate)
Provide support to Student Advisors across all teams
Engage in activities that support the Centre for Career Action as a leading edge centre of excellence and expertise in career development and advisement. These activities include:
Act as functional lead for a key program/service offered through the Centre for Career Action. Examples include: