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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Arts
November 23, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Careers



Communication Studies graduates...where they are now.


Communication Studies Undergraduate Students...

Laurier’s Career Development Centre can help you plan for life after university.

The Career Centre exists to ensure that career development is an integral part of your Laurier experience. Our programs and services are available to Laurier students and alumni of every discipline.

Click here for a sample of career-related information specific to your field of study.

Individual appointments, workshops/events and resources are offered on the following:

  • Job Postings
  • Career Planning
  • Occupational and Employer Information
  • Educational Planning
  • Résumé Assistance
  • Interview Preparation
  • Job Search Strategies
  • Alumni Services
  • Career Panels and other Special Events
  • RBC Career Transition Program for Students with Disabilities
  • Career Development Certificate
 

Communication Studies Graduate Students...

These are some of the ways you can access our comprehensive career planning and employment preparation services:

Book individualized career consulting appointments at the Career Centre.  Call 519.884.0710 ext. 4495 to arrange a convenient time.
 
Attend career planning, employment preparation and educational planning workshops for graduate students. For more information and a schedule of events, visit: http://waterloo.mylaurier.ca/career/students/upcoming.htm
 
Connect with employers through our annual Career and Job Fairs and campus recruiting programs.
 
Search for jobs using our online database of employment opportunities.  Full-time, summer, part-time and contract jobs from diverse industries are posted throughout the year.  Visit http://waterloo.mylaurier.ca/career/students/info/postings.htm to access the database.
 
Utilize our comprehensive Career Resource Centre to research occupational and educational planning information, professional associations, labour market information, career information by discipline and much more.  Drop by our office at 192 King St. N. (across from the Science Building) to browse the resources available.
 
Investigate international work, study and volunteer opportunities.  The Career Development Centre, in partnership with Laurier International, is pleased to offer Laurier students access to The BIG Guide to Working Overseas, an easily accessible and up-to-date online resource for anyone considering going abroad to study, volunteer, intern, teach, travel or work!  The BIG Guide Online shows students how to build their credentials and prepare for work in the global economy.  Discover opportunities, acquire skills and develop the all-important global perspective with this easy-to-use interactive online guide and toolkit. Check it out at:  www.workingoverseas.com/wlu
 
Contact the Career Centre to learn more about our programs and services for graduate students:  192 King St. N. * 519.884.0710 ext. 4495 * careercentre@wlu.ca * /career

 

Contact us or visit our website for a complete schedule of events, overview of services and valuable resources: /career