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@10KCoffees Week (Nov 3 - 9) is an opportunity for students, recent grads, and young professionals to engage with experts and leaders in a casual-but-focused group chat atmosphere. Some of the world's leading organizations will open their doors to people like you to share ideas, exchange insights, and connect over a cup of coffee. Click Here for more information.

What you can do with an Arts degree: A panel discussion and networking session.
Are you an Arts student wondering what you can do with your Arts Degree? Career Development and Experiential Learning and the Faculty of Arts invite you to a panel discussion and networking session with arts alumni and employers who know the value of an arts degree. It is from 12 noon - 2:00 PM on Wednesday, November 5th at The Landing (UC3018).
Space is limited. Register early. To register Click Here (3rd Registration button on page). For more information contact Sarah Flynn at  

Take advantage of our Community Service Learning Day on October 25! For more information or to register, Click Here. For further inquires, contact Greg Squires at

MUCEP/ISWEP jobs have been reposted! Want to work part time on campus? Click here for more information.

 HIRE! Supervisory Certificate for Students: This program is designed to help students become more effective supervisors of other students while also preparing them for employment both during and following their time at Memorial.

HIRE! is open to undergraduate and graduate students and consists of 9 sessions. The program runs from Jan 8-March 26 2015 on Thursdays from 3:30-5:00.

  • Deadline to apply is November 21, 2014
  • To apply visit:


Enrol now for the CCNA exam prep at our Cisco Networking Academy. Click here for more Academy information, or contact Robert Ryan at

Check out this program open to new graduates in Atlantic Canada. Click on for more info!


Jennifer Browne is the Director of Career Development & Experiential Learning at Memorial University of NL. Check out this article she appears in called: "10 questions for the Director"

Julie Bowering is the Career Development Co-ordinator (Graduate Studies). Check out her piece in University Affairs on “Should you go to graduate school?”

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