32 Connect with your distinct student group
As you navigate the world of work, align yourself with others who can help you make sense of your experiences.
- For job seekers with a disability, learn how to take a strengths-based approach to navigating work with accessibility needs with this e-book collection.
- Once you feel ready, take advantage of opportunities and find others with similar experiences through employment programs like Career Edge, a paid internship program for recent graduates with disabilities.
- For job seekers who identify as LGBTQ, get a sense of what others have experienced with this collection of e-books about career issues for LGBTQ persons.
- Once you feel ready, join an organization like Out on Bay Street to attend monthly socials that allow you to stay connected and engaged with the LGBTQ community.
- For job seekers who identify as Aboriginal, First Nations House has resources to learn about or make connections in your community. Grounding yourself here may lend more confidence to your job search.
- International students and non-native English speakers may attend the Centre for International Experience for transition advising and English language support.
Visit the Career Centre and meet with us for a 15-minute conversation to talk about your next step(s). Find our hours here.