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Vol 38  No 2
September 1, 2005


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Career Development: Preparing for the working world

Looking for a helping hand while transitioning to the world of work? Students at Memorial have everything they need for career planning and development at their finger tips. Memorialís Department of Career Development and Experiential Learning is a place where students can explore many career options, define their goals and strive to attain them, and where employers can seek and successfully find quality candidates with their desired qualifications.

The departmentís high-tech career centre has over 13 state-of-the-art computers, innovative technology for employer presentations, and a video conferencing suite which utilizes cutting edge technology that allows students and graduates to interact with employers worldwide while easing studentsí transition to the world of work. Itís a career centre experience like no other in the country.

When you walk into the Centre for Career Development you encounter an inviting open-concept area with comfortable seating and impressive ad-ons like the teaching facility for employers. Employers can use the facilities for high-tech presentations and take advantage of the available wireless microphones, surround-sound capabilities, drop-down screens and LCD projectors built into the room.

You can participate in mock interviews, meet employers through the innovative Bookbags to Briefcase series and ongoing recruitment sessions, research career and educational opportunities, explore on-line employment opportunities both on and off campus, have your resume critiqued, attend career fairs to meet potential employers and so much more. For a full listing of services and job postings check out www.mun.ca/cdel.

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