If you are looking for career planning assistance or choosing career goals, please contact Counselling in Student Services.
A 30-minute career coaching appointment can help students and alumni with any of the following areas:
If you would like to book an appointment please visit CareerLink and follow these easy steps:
Once you have booked an appointment, the Career Centre will review the appointment and either send you a confirmation e-mail or a cancellation e-mail. If you receive a cancellation e-mail, please schedule another appointment during a different date and/or time.
Please bring your résumé, cover letter and any relevant job postings or applications to the respected appointments.
The Career Centre Resource Room is located in room S3123g and is available Monday through Friday from 9:30 am–4:30 pm on a drop-in basis. Here students and alumni can make use of computers and office equipment.
Contact the UFV Career Centre today to order personalized UFV student business cards. Business cards are an essential tool sure to impress during job interviews and at networking events. UFV student business cards are professional and designed specifically for UFV students.
Business cards are 48 for $5.00.
In order to receive your business cards, you will need to drop off the $5.00 cash deposit before the order is completed. You will receive a confirmation email once the business cards are available for pickup. Please allow one week for processing. For Alumni business cards, please contact the Alumni Association.
Are you looking for an opportunity to develop and enhance your leadership, communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills? Do you enjoy working with your peers? Would you be interested in further developing your skills in résumés and cover letters? The career peer job postings are posted before the start of the fall and winter semesters on CareerLink.
Career Peers provide one-to-one assistance to students on résumés and cover letters, as well as promote the peer coaching program and other Career Centre services and programs to students.