There are a number of resources and services available to you with your career and professional development.
Ryerson Career Centre - Faculty-specific career consultants provide expert insight on latest trends in job search, resume & cover letters, online profiles, and interview skills. Plus, workshops career chats and free online profile pictures. All services are free for alumni within five years of graduation. Alumni who graduated more pay a small fee for the career consultant only.
CareerCompass: Your Career and Job Search Guide - Career Compass is a one stop guide to navigating your job search and building your career. Packed with advice from Ryerson Career Centre's experienced team of Career Consultants, you will learn how to get started with discovering your unique skill set, build your career portfolio, job search on and offline, write an application, secure the interview, and get that job offer.
Ted Rogers School of Management - Business Career Hub - Career advice specifically for TRSM grads.
Blackboard to Boardroom - Events for graduating students and recent alumni making the transition transition out of student life. Features lifestyle, social and professional development events.
G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education - Enhance your current skills or gain news ones through courses.
CareerJoy - We invite you to join in our complimentary weekly interactive webinar series hosted by CareerJoy founder Alan Kearns, who covers a broad range of career and leadership topics. Please click here for webinar information and registration.
Linked IN: Ryerson University Alumni - With more than 15,000 members, this is a great way to build your network and connect with fellow grads online.
Magnet - Co‐founded by Ryerson University and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, this sophisticated job matching service expertly matches candidate skills and employer needs ensuring both parties get just what they want. Post a job, or create your profile today.
Zone Learning - Have you got a product or business idea you’re trying to get off the ground? By becoming part of Ryerson’s zone learning network, you’ll get the right kind of support to create, develop, and launch your idea.
Sandbox by DMZ - Thinking about starting your own business? This free modular learning series taught by top industry experts, academic thought leaders and seasoned entrepreneurs covers everything from opportunity evaluation to PR to accessing government grants.
ADaPT - The Advanced Digital and Professional Training (ADaPT) program is designed to help recent grads and students (in their final year) enhance their employment prospects and gain skills that are in the highest demand with a two week intensive training program followed by a paid internship opportunity!