Be prepared for life after graduation

As a graduating student or recent alumni, there are many resources available to you, including Career Cruising, Career Development & Employment Centre workshops, UNB's job banks, and many services and benefits targeted at alumni, like the U35 Young Alumni Network.

Graduating students are recommended to attend available career development workshops or career counselling to prepare for working life after graduation. For example, Fredericton campus students can obtain the Career Development Certificate.

Alumni from either campus can attend workshops or career counselling, Employer Information Sessions, and Career Fairs.

Stay connected

Even though you are graduating soon or have already become one of our alumni, stay connected as you set out into the working world.

Meet some of our alumni

Learn about some of our alumni. Find out what they studied and what they might be up to next. Learn strategies for success that they've gained through experience or learn about their pathways to making a significant difference.

Meet Emily Davidson

UNB young alumna, Emily Davidson (BA'08) shares her experiences since graduating and chimes in with great advice for fellow young alumni.

Working with Refugees

Two-time UNB alumna, navy Lieutenant Sheena Teed (BA’06, BN’13), has taken her nursing degree overseas as a Nursing Officer. Lt. Teed oversees the medical exam lab processing tests for Syrian refugees immigrating to Canada.

Meet Nathan Munroe

There’s no better time to be thoughtful about your professional life and career than as a recent graduate. Two-time UNB alumnus Nathan Munroe (BBA’12, MBA’14) shares his experiences since graduating.