Employment Resources

Employers are looking for candidates with more than just a university education. Industry skills and experience are highly desirable and university students are encouraged to obtain this experience while attending school. Part-time and summer employment, internships, co-operative education and volunteer experience are an asset or may be a pre-requisite for full-time positions. While attending university you can also begin to master skills in resumé and cover letter writing and take advantage of networking opportunities, including career fairs and employer information sessions. Remember, any exposure to your industry of interest can be impactful to your job search success post-graduation.

Looking For Work?
Applying For Jobs (Resumés, Interviews, ...)
Gain Volunteer Experience
Career Fair Resources
Co-operative Education And Internships
Travel And Work Abroad

Additional resources for:
- Indigenous Students
- International Students

Career Compass

2018-2019 Academic Calendar Link

CACEE 2017 Excellence in Innovation, Student Engagement Award Winner Logo

Career Services at the University of Manitoba, along with 43 other partner career centres across Canada, co-won the Excellence in Innovation (Student Engagement) award at the CACEE conference for the It All Adds Up campaign.