The Hari B. Varshney Business Career Centre (BCC) at the Sauder School of Business offers both personal consultation and a structured program to help students identify, develop, and achieve their unique career goals. Early in the program, students can complete a web-based self-assessment test that will help them clarify their career directions. Once studies are underway, students will benefit from one-on-one career coaching and career workshops in areas such as:
- Interviewing skills
- Approaching the market
- Networking - the how's and why's
- Resumes for business
- Salary negotiations
- Self employment and consulting
- So you want to be an entrepreneur?
- Writing cover and approach letters
- How & where to get hired?
The BCC offers the Career Development Program (CDP) to help students acquire career management skills. These three self-contained weeks during the MM program are devoted to enhancing students’ personal effectiveness both on and off the job. The CDP format incorporates a mix of seminars, guest speakers, discussion groups, career coaching, and self-directed activities. Students will have the opportunity to tailor a personal development plan by selecting portions of the program that support their specific goals.
Career Options Online (COOL) is Sauder School of Business’ job, events, and career resources database. Log onto COOL frequently to view new job postings, to see what career-related events and speakers are coming to campus, and to learn more about workshops offered by the BCC.
Any questions? Check out COOL FAQs or contact the Career Centre Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-822-6479.