Career & Employment Advising

At Memorial, we're committed to helping you on your career path.

The Career Development Office at Student Life is central to the learning experience at Memorial. Access services by booking an appointment with a career advisor (see the section below) or contacting the office in order to explore career options, build work experience, and network with employers.

1-on-1 Career Advising

1-on-1 career advising appointments are offered to MUN students and alumni by a number of different units across campus. While the Career Development Office offers centralized career-related programming for all students and alumni, some units also employ staff to provide more targeted supports as listed below:
  • For career advising at the Internationalization Office, book an appointment with Ema Shiroma-Chao, International Student Career Advisor.
  • For career advising specific to business students, book an appointment any of the following staff at Embark, the student success centre within the Faculty of Business Administration:
Career advising appointments (in addition to academic advising appointments) can typically be booked through the Navigate platform, using the app or the desktop browser version. Please contact the individual advisors should you have any difficulties using Navigate. Appointments can be held in-person or virtually.

Programs and Workshops

Memorial University offers a number of programs to help students navigate the job market and prepare for a successful career. Please see the following links for career-related programs and events of interest.
If you are an employer, you can also partner with Career Services to empower and engage the workforce of the future by hiring Memorial students. For more information, place refer to these webpages for Memorial faculty & staff and other employers.

Other Career Supports/Resources

There are a variety of community-based organizations that also assist international students, graduates, and newcomers with career-related programming. Please see these websites for more information:
For questions regarding employment law, you may contact Maria Mulcahy, Project Coordinator (Newcomers Project - St. John’s) with the Public Legal Information Association of Newfoundland & Labrador (PLIAN).

Are you interested in working in/immigrating to the province? See below for resources and links that may be applicable to you.