Meet with a Career Coach

Before you book a career appointment, it’s important you know a little bit about us, and the kinds of things we can talk about and accomplish together. Our staff have diverse credentials and areas of career expertise. We work with ALL current undergraduate and graduate students. Alumni within one year of convocation can also book career appointments. See a full description of alumni career support.

compass icon   Our goal is to help you design a meaningful life and prepare for work in a changing world

Here are just some of the things we can talk about in a 30min., 1-on-1 appointment:

  • Connecting your degree to future work
  • Career decision-making, goal setting, and getting experience
  • Further educational options (applications/interviews)
  • Job search and networking strategies, and preparing for interviews
  • Diversity and employment

Schedule an Appointment

All 30min. coaching appointments are offered In-person, through Zoom, or over the phone.

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Via Connect

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  1. Go to Western Connect
  2. Go to ‘Western Login’ tab across the top and select the appropriate category (‘Students’ or ‘Alumni’) from the drop-down menu
    (NOTE: Career Education services are available to Alumni for one year from you convocation date)
  3. Click the “Log In” link and then enter your Western User ID & Password
  4. Click on ‘Appointments’ on your Dashboard (on the left-hand side of the screen)
  5. Familiarize yourself with what to expect by reviewing the text on the Career Appointments page then click “View Calendar” to see all currently available appointments
  6. Click an “Open’ appointment slot on the calendar, fill in the appropriate details and then click the blue “Book Appointment” button at the bottom on the screen

What students are saying

Jordan Phelps

"Thank you so much for all of the resources - these will be extremely helpful! Thank you as well for all of your help during this past year. Meeting with you has certainly helped ease this transition." - Jordan Douglas Phelps (right)