If you have questions pertaining to your academics or other services and supports on campus, please visit York University’s information page at https://coronavirus.info.yorku.ca/
Yes! But for the safety of our community, Career Centre is operating both virtually and in-person. We can still help you with career exploration, further education applications, and job searches! Read on to find out how!
Yes! Check out our Career Lounge page for upcoming hours and Meeting information!
All workshops have been converted to webinars so you can participate remotely. You can register for a webinar the same way you register for an in-person workshop. All you need in order to attend a webinar is a computer with an internet connection and speakers. To see the schedule and register for a webinar, check out our monthly calendar!
Virtual and in-person Employer customized events and recruitment sessions for Fall/Winter 2023 to 2024 are posted on an ongoing basis on Experience York! Don't miss out on those events. Click here to log in to Experience York to learn more/ register. We will keep everyone informed of upcoming fairs and events on our website and via our monthly e-newsletter.
Employers continue to post jobs on our online job posting system, though the hiring processes may have changed during the current coronavirus situation so it’s important to read any postings carefully. Every employer is handling things slightly differently so make sure you follow each employer’s specific instructions when applying for opportunities.
Our Career Counsellors and Career Educators are still conducting appointments, virtually and in-person. You can register online here.
Yes! Drop by the Career Lounge to connect with our career peers!
If you have a question and can’t attend a Zoom session, you can email Career Centre and we will respond to your question within two business days.
Career Centre is using the platform, Zoom, which is specifically designed for protected video conferencing that complies with high standards of encryption. However, there are still potential risks, as with many other types of technology, including interruptions, unauthorized access, and technical difficulties. Please review the Zoom Privacy and Security Guidance provided by Information Security Services at York.