The Career & Experiential Learning office is closed from July 29 to Aug. 9, 2024. The CEL team looks forward to reconnecting after Aug. 12. Staff and faculty are still reachable via email.

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Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University
Career and Experiential Learning

Career and Experiential Learning would like to share a new resource for TRU students:
From University to Career: Creating a Successful Transition – a career education resource.

CEL presents "From University to Career: Creating a Successful Transition," an interactive career education resource. More than a digital textbook, it offers activities, videos, an interview guide, and a volunteer action plan.

This guide helps students with employment opportunities, application documents, interviews, and job search strategies. Embed it in your programming and Moodle to enhance student access and support their career development.

An Open Education Resource for Students!

Booking an Appointment

Coordinators are available for in-person and virtual appointments, with scheduling through Career Connections. If you have difficulty, please email and we will set up a time for you. Once your appointment has been made, the coordinator will be in touch to set up a phone or web conference call.

What is Career and Experiential Learning?

Enhance your education with career-related work experience — in the classroom or in the community. Connect your education to the career you want.

Location: OM 1712
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Phone: 250-371-5627



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