We're here for you. Important Information about Career Supports.

The Career Education team will continue to offer career support to all students during this time of transition due to COVID-19. While our physical office space remains closed, we are still here to support you in many ways:

  • CAREER APPOINTMENTS: All career appointments will take place via Zoom or Teams video chat. Please see Ways to Schedule an Appointment. We are OPEN and booking appointments during the summer, fall, and winter terms.
  • EMPLOYER EVENTS & HIRING: All employer events and on-campus interviews will be conducted virtually. Employers are still recruiting, so check Connect regularly for new employment and internship opportunities. See a list of specific organizations who have ramped up their recruiting http://bit.ly/2UE5unx
  • ONLINE RESOURCES: We have added tons of resources on our website for you to access from home. Find topics from career exploration and networking , to resume and cover letter development and job search strategies.  We will continue to update our website as we become aware of new resources.
  • GENERAL QUESTIONS: We are eager to support you! Please connect with us via LiveChat on our website or by emailing careereducation@uwo.ca.

See the complete Digital Student Experience offerings here.

Please visit uwo.ca/coronavirus/ for University-wide updates.


Where will you explore?

Prepare for meaningful work in a changing world.



Meet one-on-one for personalized support with virtually any career-related topic.


Connect with employers, learn from your peers and access the expertise of our fabulous staff.


Learn where to look, what employers want, and resources for finding the best opportunity for you.


Access real samples and learn strategies to help you highlight all of your accomplishments.


Prepare for your next interview with individualized feedback and practical preparation strategies.


How to research, apply, and interview for the graduate and professional programs you want to pursue next.


white quotationDon’t ask students what they want to be when they grow up. Ask them what problem they want to solve and what they need to learn to build the knowledge, skills, and abilities to solve that problem.

                                                           - Jaime Casap, Google's Chief Education Evangelist

Some of Our Favourite Career Resources

TEDx Stanford: Designing Your Life

Best selling author Bill Burnett talks about one of Stanford's most popular classes and how to design your dream job through a process of actively seeking and co-creating it.

Music and Life by Alan Watts

From the well-known philosopher Alan Watts on why your life is not a journey, but rather best understood by analogy to music.

Podcast: How to be Awesome at Your Job

This is the podcast that will help you flourish at work. Hear from thought-leaders and results-getters to discover specific, actionable insights that boost work performance.

Podcast: CareerCloud

Listen to the show that is downloaded more than 2,500 times per day. Topics include resumes, interviewing, job resources & leveraging social media to job hunt.

The Digital Challenge Cards

Reframe how you plan for the future by starting with the challenges that interest you most. Take the online assessment to identify your top three.

Career Cruising

Use this self-exploration & planning program to help achieve your potential in school, career & life.
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Linkedin Learning

Access more than 5,000 on-demand courses to help you build professional skills across a vast range of job functions.

Interview Stream

Would you hire you? Practice Interviewing. Anytime. Anywhere. Access over 1500 interview questions and video record your responses.