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If you are an undergraduate student, your first stop should be the Career Peer Mentors.
Schedules vary throughout the week. View appointment availability through the link below, or drop in to UNC 208 between 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM Monday – Thursday, starting September 20.
If you are a graduate student, book an appointment with the Career Development Specialist.
Available for In-Person appointments 9 am – noon Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
Available for Virtual appointments 9 am – noon Tuesday & Friday
Can’t make it to an appointment? Drop in to see a Career Peer Mentor or Career Development Specialist.
Available Monday – Thursday, 9:30 am – 2:00 PM, starting September 20
In Person – UNC 208
Available Monday & Wednesday, 1:00 – 4:00 PM
Click the link below and you will be directed to the Zoom waiting room. The Career Development Specialist will let you into the main room when it is your turn.
Make sure your resume is competitive and up to date. Join our career development specialist for some tips to build or update your resume.
Practice answering interview questions with a friend, colleague or UBC staff member.
To schedule a mock interview, book an appointment.
Join our Career Development Specialist to learn some tips, tricks and strategies for navigating your virtual job search.
Get a head start on your career plan by attending a workshop tailored to your year level.
Continue to improve personally and professionally by attending Webinars and events hosted by employers. Find UBC events on the UBC Okanagan Events Calendar or Industry events on the Student and Alumni Job Board. LinkedIn is also a great platform for finding events that may interest you.
Contact Jana with any questions regarding on or off campus employment opportunities for UBCO students and alumni. As well as any questions with regards to work integrated learning opportunities.
Contact Michele for any questions about on-campus employment opportunities, the Job Board, or the Work Study program.
Email Christine directly to book an appointment to explore some career ideas and next steps, along with reviewing your resume and clarifying your fit with the skills and educational requirements of different occupations.
Interested in connecting your organization with the UBCO community? Reach out to Carly to learn more about how you can collaborate with the university, attract top talent and create opportunities with the Okanagan campus.
Hi everyone! My name is Izabela and I’m in my 4th year as an Arts student majoring in PPE (Philosophy, Political Science, Economics). I’m super excited to welcome you to the UBCO community and campus. Since we don’t know each other yet, I’d like to tell you a little bit more about myself. I’ve lived in the Kelowna area for over 12 years after immigrating from Belarus, so I know all the best restaurants, cafes, and study spots. My recent favorites are Central Kitchen + Bar (amazing staff and food!) and Third Space Café (a non-profit that supports free counselling for youth). On a more academic note, I’ve spent lots of time on campus so I can be a great tour guide, address any questions you have about campus spaces, and give you tips on juggling coursework and a social life. I’m really looking forward to meeting you!
Hi everyone! My name is Unjalee Parmar and I am a third-year Science student majoring in Biology. I am originally from Calgary, Alberta and I love spending time outdoors hiking, skiing, and rock climbing. I’m also really into photography and travelling. This year, I am going to be involved with the executive team of the Microbiology Course Union and student clubs, such as jack.org, SISU and VOCO. My favourite place to grab a coffee on campus is Green Bean in the UNC building. I’m looking forward to meeting new people this school year! If you see me on campus, feel free to say hi!
Hello, my name is Trishna and my pronouns are she/her/hers. I am a third-year student majoring in Human Kinetics. I currently live in Calgary, Alberta. In my free time I like to read or watch some TV. As the weather finally gets warmer in Calgary, I like to go for walks and hikes.
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