Career Centre News
In this issue:
- Win a Prize!!
Win a Beach Package - It's Easy... really!
From December 1st until February 2nd, the Career Centre and Alumni Office are holding a contest. To be automatically entered into the draw, simply visit www.trentu.ca/careers/mentoring and register for the Alumni-Student Mentoring Program. You could win a fabulous beach package, including a Trent University beach chair, bucket hat, water bottle and T-Shirt! If the cold weather and winter blues are starting to get to you, think about relaxing in your new beach chair dreaming of places far off from exams, stress, cold weather….
Not sure what the Alumni-Student Mentoring program is? Check out the above mentioned web site to learn about how this valuable tool can help you find work, make career decisions or just get general tips from experts in your discipline or field. Begin expanding your network today!
International Internship Opportunities at the Inter-American Development Bank:
Junior Professional (deadline January 15, 2005) http://www.iadb.org/hrd/jppackage.asp
Be sure to check out each link to find out specific requirements and eligibility for each position.
Interested in a Humber Postgraduate Program?
On Dec 7th at 7 pm, an online postgraduate chat will taking place and is open to anyone interested in Humber's postgraduate programs. It is a general information session and a chance to ask questions to Humber staff about admissions, campus life, career opportunities after Humber and much more.
Explore over 40 graduate certificates in specialized career fields in:
For more information and to sign up, visit http://postgradstudents.humber.ca/
What's Coming Up Next Semester?
Believe it or not, another semester has flown by. So what events can you look forward to next semester at the Career Centre?
Here are just a few…
...and much more!
Career Centre Holiday Hours
The Career Centre will be closing over the holiday break. We will be closed on Thursday, December 23rd and will re-open on Tuesday, January 4th, 2005.
Wishing you a safe and happy holiday season!
Posted December 6, 2004