There is a wide range of possible career options for each program and you may be a good fit for several of them. It’s a good idea to start exploring these paths early. These resources can help give you a head start.
B2B provides opportunities for students to network with alumni and faculty members who are willing to offer guidance, advice and encouragement. When you attend a networking event, panel discussion or mentorship meal, you will not only learn from people who have been in your shoes and succeeded, but also have the chance to ask questions you may have about life after graduation.
The Student Life Centre offers a ton of exploration services including: job shadowing programs; in The Field program; Dream Job Academy; The Ten Thousand Coffees U of T hub; and several seminars and conferences!
They can also help you with:
- Career myths
- Entrepreneurial opportunities
- Help with resumes, cover letters and interviewing
- Assistance with proper work permits and planning ahead (international students or those travelling abroad)
- Job search tips and job boards
- Career advising appointments
The Career Navigator demonstrates how every program at U of T can lead to a possible career path. It provides an overview of what employers value about graduates from your particular department and offers labour market statistics, industries, graduate or professional school opportunities and testimonials from current grads.
The Next Steps Conference is designed for transitioning students and recent U of T graduates. The conference is part exploration, part preparation for life after graduation and a great networking opportunity.