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The Student Success Centre can help you with all areas of your career management. We offer job postings, classes and workshops, Western's Employment Resource Centre, career and education fairs, employer information sessions, experiential learning opportunities, a resource library, and individual counselling and career assessments. Drop by UCC 210 to visit us, check out CareerCentral at https://careercentral.uwo.ca, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Use the menu to your right to get more information to help you through your Career choices.
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Career Central is an online job and event management system developed in-house for Western students. Login to access thousands of job opportunities, volunteer and internships positions, register for workshops and special events, sign-up for employer information session, and so much more!
Access Career Central at https://careercentral.uwo.ca
Talk to a Career Counsellor
The Student Success Centre has several Career Counsellors who can help you explore your career options. Ensuring complete confidentiality, Western’s Career Counsellors have graduate degrees in counselling, are certified counsellors and have experience in career and employment counselling. They are skilled in helping students identify their career options, make career decisions, and implement effective job search strategies. They may suggest career assessments if you are uncertain about what you want to do, or may use other approaches to help you begin planning for a fulfilling career.
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