During these unprecedented times, many USask students and alumni may be facing financial and employment difficulties. Across Saskatchewan and the country we are seeing extensive disruption in the labour market, including altered work arrangements (e.g. remote working), reduced hours, layoffs and hiring processes that are being deferred or cancelled.
Governments and employers are taking steps to help people who have had their employment impacted by COVID-19, and the response is evolving daily.
Student Employment and Career Centre
The Student Employment and Career Centre (SECC) aims to support our students and alumni through these challenging times by providing curated information and resources, and by continuing to provide timely employment and career related services.
Please log into CareerLink to book a Career Coaching, ResumeTalk, or Mock Interview appointment, or contact any of our SECC team members directly with your employment and career questions.
The Student Employment and Career Centre (SECC) is here to assist you with all aspects of your career and job search.
The SECC offers:
- Job postings
- ResumeTalks - develop and discuss your job search documents
- Career Coaching - talk about your career choices and goals and identify the direction you need to take
- InterviewTalks and Mock Interviews - develop, practice and polish your interview skills
- Career Assessments - understand yourself so you can establish clear career goals and make informed career decisions
- CareerMeetUps - opportunities to find out more about specific industries directly from employers
- Employer Sessions - detailed information about key employers before major application deadline