Career Services offers many different resources to students that enable them to do research on different industries, careers; to learn how to market themselves; and to complete a self-assessment.
Some of the Career Resources offered include:
- New! Career Resources portal: The portal was designed to house a number of resources from the all encompassing BCom Career Handbook where you will uncover the 10 steps to your career success to Career Guides for different areas of business (Marketing, Not for Profit, Finance and many more) as well as numerous links to career-related websites.
To access the portal, current undergraduate BCom students must sign-in to www.mcgill.ca/desautels-career
- myFuture: Career Services' website with information on employers, job postings, upcoming events, workshops, and more.
To access this information, students must sign-in to myFuture.
Additional resources available to students are:
- Career Services library: books, periodicals and magazines available in the Soutar Career Centre office.
- McGill Career Planning Services at McGill (CaPS)
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