Science co-op applications will close at 4:00pm EST on Monday, January 16th, 2023. Our last information session will run on Tuesday, January 10th, 2023. Please sign up on OSCARplus/Science/Events.

  • Career Education

    Career Education

    We offer a wide array of career resources, events, workshops, and one on one advising to support students in their career development


The Science Career & Cooperative Education (SCCE) office has lots of resources to help students explore their postgraduate options and future career opportunities. Choosing a career is an involved process that requires your to reflect upon your interests, work style preferences and values to determine a career path that best suits your short and long-term goals. As you begin the career exploration process, keep a few things in mind:

  • A degree ≠ A career
  • You ≠ Your GPA
  • It can take several years to fully engage in a career. Expect to work at several skill-building positions in pursuit of your long-term career goals.

SCCE is committed to assisting students with the transition from school to work by offering:

  • Career advising and career exploration sessions
  • Cover letter and resume critiques
  • Career information sessions and workshops
  • Personal statement critiques
  • Mock interviews

If you have career exploration questions, please book an appointment on OSCARplus or visit our office in BSB 127 during career advising drop-in hours.



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