Get your resume and cover letter reviewed by a professional to assure you’ll find the job you’re looking for! We also provide networking sessions with all manner of organizations, both large and small, to ensure that you, the students, can fully prepare yourselves for the career you want.
Health services, counseling services, financial aid guidance, writing development support, disability needs and concerns and assistance for international students new to Canada are some of the many things that you many need to sort out and resolve. CBU also has a Chaplain on campus in addition to, international student advisors, academic and career advisors, a financial aid advisor, a clinical social worker, a full-time nurse and a part-time physician.
Our Career & Leadership Development team provides support with your employment, volunteer, and career endeavors through Career Advising, Leadership Programs, online job postings & resources, and employer recruitment events. Our services are available for Dal students of all faculties in all stages of their career progression – whether you’re a First Year student looking to earn some extra money or a recent graduate looking for opportunities in your field of study, we can provide resources, advice, and support to assist you on your path.
University students, mature students, re-entry women, self-esteem and career emphasis
We offer a variety of career-related services, resources and opportunities for students, employers and faculty. Whether you need help making a career decision, are looking for a job, or are wondering what your can do with your degree, we can help you plan a realistic career path and perform a successful job search.
Student and Graduate employment opportunities are available online and each campus offers Graduate Employment Services (GES) to students. The GES team is committed to ensuring that students have access to employability skills training and a variety of career resources. We offer assistance with resume writing, cover letters, job search techniques, interview skills, and networking. We are also available to meet with you one-on-one to review your career goals and help you prepare for your job search.
The Vocational Counselling Service is made up Masters trained Counselling Therapists. We provide counselling for people whose primary barriers in returning to work are the result of their physical and/or cognitive disabilities. Clients are referred from physicians within the QEII Health Sciences Centre.
Founded in 1986, PeopleWorx Society is a non-profit, registered charity situated in Kentville, Nova Scotia. Represented in its membership are many facets of the community including local government, business, education, health, corrections and community services.
Phoenix Youth Programs, a non-profit, voluntary agency, consists of seven programs, which operate based on a commitment to provide a continuum of care consisting of long-term and multi-level services to at-risk and homeless youth.