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Wondering about career options?

In order to choose a career path that excites you, you need to do some research into fields and occupations you're interested in.
 

Resources

Looking for individual career support? - Book an appointment to meet with one of our Career Counsellors.

Career Conversations - Students can explore a variety of careers within a specific field, connect with York alumni and individuals working in their field of interest, and get inside tips on securing employment in a specific industry from professionals who do the hiring.

Career Exploration Guide - As deciding on a career is not as simple as just matching you and your program of study to an occupation, the objective of this guide is to help you reflect on your personality, interests, values, skills and other factors instrumental to making career decisions. Taking the time to reflect and learn more about yourself will assist you in deciding career options that are aligned with who you are. Check out the Career Exploration Guide.

Career Exploration Videos- If you're thinking about your career options and wondering what you can do with your degree, you may find these sessions helpful. Included in this section are Career Conversations Panels which feature professionals talking about their personal career stories and career options in their field.

T.A.S.T.E Mentoring Program- The objective of this program is to provide York Students with an opportunity to talk face to face with a professional about their Career Related Interests.

Upcoming Events/ Group Activities

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Jul
22
Wed
Personality and Career Choice (Webinar) @ Online (URL will be provided in the email confirmation)
Jul 22 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Personality and Career Choice (Webinar) @ Online (URL will be provided in the email confirmation)

** PLEASE NOTE THIS WILL BE AN ONLINE WEBINAR **

Are you wondering how your personality type may influence your career choices? This webinar will provide you with an introduction to the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), one of the most widely used assessment tools, and you will discover how learning about your personality type can help guide you with your career decision making.

Registration is required. Click here  to register on Experience York .


Jul
14
Tue
What Can I Do With My Degree? (Webinar) @ Online (URL will be provided in the email confirmation)
Jul 14 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
What Can I Do With My Degree? (Webinar) @ Online (URL will be provided in the email confirmation)

** PLEASE NOTE THIS WILL BE AN ONLINE WEBINAR **

Not sure what career options your degree might lead to? Attend this webinar to learn how the skills you are developing in your degree and the experiences you are gaining while at York will help build a foundation for your future.

Registration is required. Click here to register on Experience York.


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Jul
16
Thu
Career Corner: Ask the Pros (What are my career options?) @ Online Zoom
Jul 16 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Career Corner: Ask the Pros (What are my career options?) @ Online Zoom

Today's topic is "What are my career options?"

Do you have questions about choosing a career path that excites you or you need insights to do some research into fields and occupations you're interested in? Here is an opportunity to talk to one of our Career Professionals who will be live on zoom Thursdays to answer your career-related questions.

Join us in the Career Corner: Ask the Pros on Zoom:

Meeting password: Access the meeting id and password from the Career Centre's welcome page or your student/newgrad dashboard on Experience York 

No registration required. Career Corner gives you an opportunity to connect with Career Professionals virtually. Chat with our in-house experts in a group setting to answer your general career questions or find the right services and resources to help you with your career journey.

Zoom Meeting Etiquette

When using Zoom, to ensure everyone’s privacy, security, and a great experience, we are asking all meeting participants to adhere to the following:

  1. No participant should record, photograph, or screenshot the zoom meetings.
  2. Find a quiet space, free from distractions and present yourself in a professional manner. Be patient and listen to instructions from the host. If you didn't get a chance to interact, please join the next available session.
  3. You may turn off your camera for privacy reasons.
  4. This service is exclusive to York University's current students and new graduates and the link should not be shared for any other purposes.
  5. Upon entering the meeting, be sure to mute your microphone. Our goal is to interact with each of you, so we will welcome and instruct you when it is time to unmute your microphone in order to avoid any interruptions or unexpected external noises.

 

Jul
23
Thu
Career Corner: Ask the Pros (What are my career options?) @ Online Zoom
Jul 23 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Career Corner: Ask the Pros (What are my career options?) @ Online Zoom

Today's topic is "What are my career options?"

Do you have questions about choosing a career path that excites you or you need insights to do some research into fields and occupations you're interested in? Here is an opportunity to talk to one of our Career Professionals who will be live on zoom Thursdays to answer your career-related questions.

Join us in the Career Corner: Ask the Pros on Zoom:

Meeting password: Access the meeting id and password from the Career Centre's welcome page or your student/newgrad dashboard on Experience York 

No registration required. Career Corner gives you an opportunity to connect with Career Professionals virtually. Chat with our in-house experts in a group setting to answer your general career questions or find the right services and resources to help you with your career journey.

Zoom Meeting Etiquette

When using Zoom, to ensure everyone’s privacy, security, and a great experience, we are asking all meeting participants to adhere to the following:

  1. No participant should record, photograph, or screenshot the zoom meetings.
  2. Find a quiet space, free from distractions and present yourself in a professional manner. Be patient and listen to instructions from the host. If you didn't get a chance to interact, please join the next available session.
  3. You may turn off your camera for privacy reasons.
  4. This service is exclusive to York University's current students and new graduates and the link should not be shared for any other purposes.
  5. Upon entering the meeting, be sure to mute your microphone. Our goal is to interact with each of you, so we will welcome and instruct you when it is time to unmute your microphone in order to avoid any interruptions or unexpected external noises.

 

Jul
30
Thu
Career Corner: Ask the Pros (What are my career options?) @ Online Zoom
Jul 30 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Career Corner: Ask the Pros (What are my career options?) @ Online Zoom

Today's topic is "What are my career options?"

Do you have questions about choosing a career path that excites you or you need insights to do some research into fields and occupations you're interested in? Here is an opportunity to talk to one of our Career Professionals who will be live on zoom Thursdays to answer your career-related questions.

Join us in the Career Corner: Ask the Pros on Zoom:

Meeting password: Access the meeting id and password from the Career Centre's welcome page or your student/newgrad dashboard on Experience York 

No registration required. Career Corner gives you an opportunity to connect with Career Professionals virtually. Chat with our in-house experts in a group setting to answer your general career questions or find the right services and resources to help you with your career journey.

Zoom Meeting Etiquette

When using Zoom, to ensure everyone’s privacy, security, and a great experience, we are asking all meeting participants to adhere to the following:

  1. No participant should record, photograph, or screenshot the zoom meetings.
  2. Find a quiet space, free from distractions and present yourself in a professional manner. Be patient and listen to instructions from the host. If you didn't get a chance to interact, please join the next available session.
  3. You may turn off your camera for privacy reasons.
  4. This service is exclusive to York University's current students and new graduates and the link should not be shared for any other purposes.
  5. Upon entering the meeting, be sure to mute your microphone. Our goal is to interact with each of you, so we will welcome and instruct you when it is time to unmute your microphone in order to avoid any interruptions or unexpected external noises.