The Career Centre offers you a variety of practical programs to complement your strong academic foundation. Our programs will help develop your employability skills, acquire professional experience and expose you to networking opportunities.
The Connexions Program is a voluntary internship program that bridges the gap between academic and professional experience. Work one day a week (a minimum of seven hours) for one term (12 weeks) in an organization related to your field of study or interest.
The Job Shadowing Program provides you with the opportunity to spend a day with a professional in your field of interest.
Mentorship and Development Programs
The Telfer Capital Markets Program (CMP) is a two year program that provides students with an exceptional learning experience to launch a career in the field of high finance.
The Profession of Management Consulting Program (PMCP) is a two-year development program for Telfer School of Management students interested in consulting. An intensive selection process is undertaken to choose 10 Telfer students who are finishing the 2nd year of their Bachelor of Commerce program. These students will participate in weekly extracurricular workshops and case simulations facilitated by consulting professionals.
The International Career Mentorship Program facilitates international students’ transition towards a career in Canada. Matched with accomplished mentors, these 3rd and 4th year students will develop their professional skillset and learn about Canadian workplace culture.
The Marketing Trip is a two-night yearly trip to Toronto during the fall reading week. A select group of 20 marketing students will head to Toronto to visit a diverse group of companies in the industry.
As an Ambassador, you will work closely with the staff at the Career Centre to engage the Telfer student body. This extracurricular activity will allow you to develop skills that will definitely be transferable to your future career.