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CaPS Acquisitions Update (April 2010)

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Published: 1 Apr 2011

CaPS Acquisitions Update - April 2011

Check out our new career books and resources to help you to plan and get your dream career.

CaPS, Brown Student Services Building (room 2200)

Books

Career Description and Targed Résumés

  • A Career in Language Translation: Insightful Information to Guide You in Your Journey as a Professional Translator
  • Career Development in Bioengineering and Biotechnology
  • Great Jobs for Sociology Majors (3rd ed.)
  • Resume Writing and Interviewing Techniques That Work: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians
  • Expert Resumes for Engineers

Sector-Specific Directories

  • Associations Québec 2011
  • Bibliothèques et centres de documentation du Québec 2011
  • Graduate Medical Education Directory 2010-2011
  • Health Care Careers Directory 2010-2011

Country-Specific Information

  • Be on Your Best Cultural Behavior: How to Avoid Social and Professional Faux Pas
  • Live & Work in the USA

New DVDs: Green Careers Week and Work Your BA(also available at Centennial Centre, Macdonald Campus)

  • Green Careers Week 2011 - Labour Market Report: Where are the Green Jobs? [DVD]
  • Green Careers Week 2011 - Professionals On-Campus (Downtown) [DVD]
  • Green Careers Week 2011 - Professionals On-Campus (MAC Campus) [DVD]
  • Work Your BA 2011 - Journalism, Broadcasting & Writing [DVD]
  • Work Your BA 2011 - Working in Finance, Banking and Business with a BA [DVD]

Online Magazines and Serials

Accessible via myFuture (Shortcuts: View Career Resources -> Type: CaPS -> Subscription. Click "Apply Search"):

  • Artsboard: Canada's bimonthly employment and training e-bulletin for the Arts.
  • Canada Employment Weekly: Weekly job opportunities from across Canada.
  • Current Jobs in Liberal Arts: An entry-level careers employment bulletin published twice per month.
  • Devex: International development premium job board and more.
  • International Career Employment Weekly: Weekly comprehensive source of information on international career positions.
  • TIE - The International Educator: Newspaper and Job Postings, two-monthly publication.

Magazines and Serials

  • Job Postings: A magazine that give students more than practical advice on education and job hunting.
  • Perspectives on Labour and Income (Spring Issues)
  • University Affairs: A magazine for and about Canada’s university community.
  • Verge Magazine (Winter Issue): A magazine for exploring opportunities to study, work and volunteer abroad.

Labour Market Information / Online Employer Directories and International Opportunities

  • Labour Market Information: CAPSScoop (April Issue)
  • Going Global (require VPN): Worldwide job and internship listings, employer profiles, and country-specific career information.
  • Big Guide (require VPN): A comprehensive interactive web site that helps students and young professionals build global career skills.
  • Vault Guide (Career Insider) (require VPN): Downloadable career guidebooks, insider company surveys, industry profile, career advice.

Search our book catalogue and website directory for more career resources, covering graduate school, networking, occupational descriptions, employer directories, self-improvement, and everything in between.

Contact Information

Contact: Lisa Lin
Organization: Career Planning Service
Email:
Office Phone: 514-398-3304 ext. 00950
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