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Discover where your SCIENCE degree can take you...

Are you uncertain about making a career decision? Do you know how to market yourself to prospective employers?


You are the master of your own career path and you must be proactive in its development.

The Career Development and Experiential Learning Centre is here to help you along the way! There may be much to achieve – but let us help ease the transition to your desired career path!

Career Development Coordinator (Science)

Career Development and Experiential Learning, in partnership with the Faculty of Science employs a Science Career Development Coordinator. This role is designed to help science students with career exploration, facilitate career-related workshops, assist students in their job search and educate them about work and volunteer experience available on campus. If you would like to avail of any of these services you may contact Kristen Roberts at


Career Cruising

Have you heard about Career Cruising? Career Cruising ( is an advanced career development tool to help you gain quick access to career information relevant to you! Some of the features within Career Cruising include:

•access to colleges and universities

•close to 500 Canadian focused career profiles, each containing two multimedia interviews

•an interest assessment tool with a skills assessment

•personal portfolio tool with a built-in résumé builder.

Please contact CDEL for the USERNAME and PASSWORD at or call (709) 864-2033.


 Be sure to keep checking our ScienceM@tters webpage for updates. ScienceM@tters will continue to offer career workshops for science students to help you understand your degree and your options for working with it. Check out the Science and Career Development websites during the winter, 2015 semester for new career workshops, events and more!

To make a Career Planning Consultation with staff at Career Development and Experiential Learning you can call (709) 864-2033 or book online:


Wondering where a science degree can take you? A science degree provides you with the necessary skills and can take you in many directions. Graduates from the Faculty of Science have gone on to pursue the following careers:

  • Forensic laboratory scientist
  • Biotechnologist
  • Fisheries officer
  • Medical doctor
  • Environmental assessor
  • Geochemist
  • Auditor
  • Field Scientist
  • Web specialist