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In this issue:

Special Event! – "Life After Trent: Career and Employment Seminar for Graduating Students"
Top Secret Job Opportunity
OPP Bound 2005
Don't Miss Out! - www.workopoliscampus.com

Life After Trent: Career and Employment Seminar for Graduating Students

Learn about careers options, how to make those tough choices, and plan for the future. Students will have the opportunity to complete career assessments, learn the basics of an effective work search and practice interview skills. This is not a session to be missed if you are graduating this year! Register early – space is limited. To register, visit: http://www.trentu.ca/cgi-bin/tutorials.cgi/career-apr11

***Remember – Returning students - Career Centre services are available all summer and workshops resume next September.

Top Secret - Careers in Languages

Looking for a cool job that uses your foreign language skills? The Communications Security Establishment (CSE) is Canada's national cryptologic agency and they're recruiting right now for Foreign Language Intelligence Analysts. Do you have:A demonstrated interest and ability in ICT, security issues, global concerns and international political affairs? Superior analytic, research and report writing skills? Proficiency in at least one Asian, Middle Eastern, North African or European language? If so, then a career with the CSE might be for you. You must be a Canadian Citizen and eligible for TOP SECRET security clearance, and able to communicate effectively in English and work as part of a team. For more info visit the CSE web site at www.cse-cst.gc.ca/en/home and apply online by May 1st 2005.

Ontario Provincial Police: OPP Bound 2005

Taking Applications.The Ontario Provincial Police is readying itself for its third OPP Bound recruitment program, scheduled to be held in Orillia. This year OPP Bound 2005 is a recruitment venture aimed to increase awareness of employment opportunities in the OPP for women and men from diverse communities. The one week camp will serve as a vehicle to provide a diverse group of women and men with an opportunity to explore a career with the Ontario Provincial Police. The application deadline for the OPP Bound 2005 is May 9, 2005 and a total of 100 men and women from diverse communities in Ontario will be selected for the five-day mini-OPP recruit camp, being held at the Provincial Police Academy from July 10-14, 2005. Anyone interested in taking advantage of this opportunity can obtain information and apply from the OPP web site at: www.opp.ca or by calling the Ontario Provincial Police Uniform Recruitment at 1-866-393-3337 or contact: Inspector Robin Jones – OPP Human Resources Bureau (705) 329-6726

Need a job? Register on workopolisCampus today!

workopolisCampus is Trent's exclusive job posting system and is password protected so that only Trent students and alumni are viewing the wide range of opportunities available. Search for jobs that are full or part time, on-campus, summer and more across Canada and locally. If you have already registered for this service, a reminder to update your profile. By ensuring that your information is updated and accurate, you will only receive email about jobs, events, and opportunities that are SPECIFIC to your discipline. Don't miss out on the news by not having your profile up to date! Not sure how to register? Visit http://www.trentu.ca/careers/students/employment.html for information, instructions, and Trent's access code. ***If you have any questions regarding the information in this e-newsletter or any other Career Centre events, please email careers@trentu.ca and we'd be happy to answer any inquiries!

Posted April 1, 2005

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