A part of UNB's mission is to provide you, our students, with a transformative student experience encouraging initiative and innovation by unlocking your creative potential. As students exploring your entrepreneurial spirit, we commit to helping you understand and solve the problems of today and tomorrow. As graduates, you will be prepared to make a significant difference in the world - creating opportunities for yourselves and for others.
Different stages of your education include different tasks for your career planning. It's important to keep in mind that not all students plan their career paths the same way, nor at the same pace--and this is okay. Use the Career Tasks Checklist to help guide you through planning and preparing for an exhilarating future.
It's important to keep in mind that career planning leads to more informed academic choices that are better linked and more relevant to your interests. Students who participate in career planning and skill-based workshops have reported
understanding the importance of researching options.
It's always a good idea to be open to new possibilities and options and to discuss these with your academic advisor and career support expert.
With help from our campus career experts & academic advisors, you will become a self-directed, employment-ready, life-long learner and innovator using campus resources to identify your career aspirations, personal strengths, and work interests as you plan your future career.
Neville Homestead, 58 Mackay Drive
Consult with our Career Development Practitioner or Employment Advisor--depending on your needs. Resources include:
Counselling Services, Oland Hall, room G25
Meet with one of your Career Counsellors who will help you move through the Career Planning Process, which includes:
In addition to the on-campus support offered, there are other resources that you can use as part of your career exploration and planning, as well as finding and securing employment during your studies or the summer.