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Graduate Career Advising

Ryerson’s Career and Co-op Centre offers professional and personal development coaching for graduate students navigating academic and industry-based career pathways. 

Visit the Career and Co-op Centre website to book a one-on-one appointment with a Career Education Specialist. Topics may include, but are not limited to, job search, networking strategies, resumé and CV review, personal branding (on- and offline) and mock interviews.

Part of the Ted Rogers MBA program? Check out additional resources from Ted Rogers MBA Graduate Career Services.

Meet Your Career Education Specialists

Wincy Li  Career Education Specialist, Faculty of Engineering & Architectural Sciences and the Yeates School of Graduate Studies

Wincy Li

Career Education Specialist, Faculty of Engineering & Architectural Sciences and the Yeates School of Graduate Studies

Wincy Li joined Ryerson University in 2014. She has 10+ years of experience supporting the career and academic development of students in post-secondary institutions and diverse clients in the community. Having been a first-generation international student herself, Wincy is passionate about the inclusion of all students in high-impact learning opportunities and 1:1 interactions that will help them grow in their chosen fields. 

Contact: wincyli@ryerson.ca

Ketan Marballi

Ketan Marballi

Career Education Specialist, Faculty of Science (graduate students)

Ketan Marballi joined Ryerson University in early 2021. He hails from Mumbai, India, where he studied Microbiology and Life sciences during his bachelor's and master's degrees. He holds a PhD in Cellular and Structural Biology from the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, with postdoctoral training from the University of Texas at Austin, University of Arizona, and Syracuse University, focusing on the molecular biology of neuropsychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders. He has organized career development events on academic and non-academic careers for graduate and postdoctoral trainees and facilitates a community of practice coaching graduate students. He aims to use his lived experience as an international graduate student and postdoctoral trainee to help Ryerson students transition into fulfilling careers.

Contact: ketan.marballi@ryerson.ca

Graduate Career Compass

A helpful online resource is the Ryerson Career & Co-op Centre's Graduate Career Compass (GCC). GCC is specifically geared to master's students, PhD candidates and alumni, as a career planning and job search guide for both academic and industry pathways.