Career and Employment Related Resources
There are a wide variety of resources available to help students with career- and employment-related research and planning.
MyCareer - Conestoga's online career system
MyCareer - Conestoga's online career solutions system allows students to:
Workshops and Drop-in Clinics
Throughout the year, students can attend free informative events to learn tips about everything from developing a career path to writing effective resumes and cover letters that get noticed. Check the 'Events Calendar' in MyCareer for complete details on scheduled upcoming events.
Think you’re in the wrong program? Interested in taking a career assessment? Thinking about going to university? Explore and develop your educational and career goals and strategies to achieve them with the help of a Career Advisor. To book your one-on-one in-person or virtual appointment contact Co-op & Career Services at extension 2298, or drop by room 1A105 (Doon campus).
Job Search and Online Job Postings
Learn tips on how to carry out an effective job search or search the job postings on MyCareer.
Job Fairs, Career Fairs, and Employer Networking Events
Each year, Co-op & Career Services hosts three large Job Fair events - two are held at RIM Park in Waterloo and one is held in the Recreation Centre at the Doon Campus. Employer Networking events are scheduled throughout the academic year at the request of the employer. Watch for email messages from Co-op & Career Services notifying you of these events or check out the Events Calendar in MyCareer.
Graduating students from Conestoga’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs may apply to participate in developing business and management skills by working for a small- to medium-sized enterprise (SME) located in Southern Ontario. Learn more about the Graduate Enterprise Internship program.
In addition to the services listed above, the Co-op & Career Services department provides unique services for co-op students.