Dear students, As this school year comes to a close for most of you, we would like to remind you of the career supports available on campus if you are seeking employment on/off campus.
Ryerson’s Career Service is available all year. Office Hours (May-August) are: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Mon. – Fri.
*Services include group workshops, career advising, job search counselling, mock interviews, job postings and the Career Resource Centre.
*To view current off campus job postings available to students and alumni, login to www.ryerson.ca/career/ryecareervault Be sure to visit weekly, or set up e-alerts, to view new relevant additions. *To stay informed over the summer of new career events and announcements, or to see the line up of workshops offered in May/June, get connected with the Career Development & Employment Centre at www.ryerson.ca/career/students
NOTE:All graduating students may continue to utilize the services for upto two years – for FREE!
Also this is a FINAL REMINDER to register for… Get Hired! Move from the classroom to your careerMon. May 9 – Thur. May 12
Planned for graduating students, and students entering their final year of study in September, this symposium is jam-packed with valuable career and employment tips from experienced employment counsellors, employers and alumni. Participants will walk away more confident in their decided career path and with the tools necessary to find meaningful work. Participants will learn how to find success, what do employers want, how to impress employers, and how to manage a career. So if you wish to find a meaningful work experience upon graduation, you will definitely want to be at this event. The deadline to register is MONDAY MAY 2nd.To register, visit https://www.runner.ss.ryerson.ca/onlinebooking/reOccurringWorkshopTypeDetail.cfm?WSREOCCURRINGTYPEID=58
For more information on any of the above, contact the Career Development & Employment Centre. Cheers,Career Development & Employment CentreRyerson University – Podium, POD60416.979.5177 – email@example.com/career/students