The Centre for Career Development offers resources and ongoing seminars to graduate students in the area of career enhancement and job searching. These resources include:
- Career Development Seminars and Workshops
This career focused series of workshops is offered several times throughout the academic year. Topics include: Creating a curriculum vitae, the academic job search, the non-academic job search, interview skills, developing a professional portfolio, and résumés and cover letters.
Please check the Calendar of Events for a schedule on a month by month basis. All of the seminars are offered on the 4th floor of the Smallwood Centre. For more information please visit the Career Development and Experiential Learning website or contact (709) 864-2033.
- Online Resources
A listing of online resources that are available to students who are preparing for employment applications. Topics include:
Memorial Ambassador Program
The Memorial Ambassador Program provides Memorial student volunteers, both graduate and undergraduate, with an opportunity to represent the University at a wide range of activities and events. A student must participate in a nomination process and if selected, will receive specialized training in communications, networking, dining etiquette, etc. Upon successful completion of the program, Ambassadors will receive a personalized letter of commendation from the Dean of Student Affairs and Services.
A leadership event designed by Student Affairs and Services for both graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in developing their leadership skills. This one day forum is filled with interesting and interactive sessions that are built on practical experiences, leadership theory, and community service.