Academic Support for Students news
The latest issues of International Career Employment Weekly, Canada Employment Weekly, the Chronicle of Higher Education, University Affairs, Artsboard and Verge Magazine are now available. We've also received new items that are available for you to borrow overnight. Did you know that we have information on current external scholarships here at CaPS?
Happy new year and welcome back! Latest issues of our electronic and print subscriptions, Vault guides in book format, and free publications now available
The latest issues of Jobs Jobs Jobs, International Career Employment Weekly, Canada Employment Weekly, the Chronicle of Higher Education and Current Jobs in Liberal Arts are now available. We now have the latest editions of the most popular Vault guide titles in book format. We've also received new issues of free magazines. Find these on our shelves in the hallway outside of our office.
Latest issues of our electronic and print subscriptions now available, new music job postings on the Bridge, and check out NACE's JobWeb for sample resumes and interviewing advice
The latest issues of Artsboard, International Career Employment Weekly (ICEW), Canada Employment Weekly (CEW) and the Chronicle of Higher Education are now available. The Bridge has updated its music job listings. New links have been added to our website.
New items, including CareerTV DVDs and free publications, now available in the Career Resource Centre
We've received two new CareerTV DVDs, nearly two dozen UK 2009 university calendars, free publications and the latest issues of our career periodical subscriptions.
The Macdonald Campus Library will be extending their opening hours for the exam period in December. The Library will close at 10 pm on Friday December 5, Saturday December 6, Friday December 12, and Saturday December 13. The Library would like to thank the Macdonald Campus Students' Society for making these extended opening hours possible.
At CAPS, we always recommend to students that you start planning your future career as early as possible. To help you in this process, we have developed a quick summary of the kinds of activities that we recommend you get involved in from U0 to U3 to help you do this planning and preparation for a successful career. We invite you to take a look. You may even want to post this on your fridge!
This contest is a part of CAPS’ Power in Diversity Career Week (October 27-31). Submit your digital photo no later than October 11th to firstname.lastname@example.org and a hard copy to the CAPS office (Brown Building, Suite 2200) no later than October 13th.
myFuture/ ourCareerLink, a new job search and career tool suite, is now available online to Faculty of Law students and recent alumni through the Career Development Office.