Career & Experience
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Staying in Canada after graduation Paying taxes in Canada Social Insurance Number (SIN)
Career Development Specialists are available to assist students with:
Need a resume review?
Connect with a Career Peer Mentor.
If you are an undergraduate student, your first stop should be the Career Peer Mentors.
Make sure your resume is competitive and up to date. Meet with a 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.
Academic & Career Advising
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3272 University Way
Kelowna, BC Canada
We respectfully acknowledge the Syilx Okanagan Nation and their peoples, in whose traditional, ancestral, unceded territory UBC Okanagan is situated.