Career Services offers a variety of sessions, both in person and virtual, designed to help you with your career path. Have a look at the descriptions below to find the sessions that would be right for you. All sessions held in the Career Services department in Kerby Hall (A200) unless otherwise noted.


Go to MyCareerHub:
  • Under Students & Graduates, log in with your MyMRU username and password
  • Click on the action button (circle with three dots), then click Register for an Event
  • Click Events Calendar
  • Click on the workshop you'd like to register for to open it
  • Click the Register for this event button 


Upcoming topics:

Cover Letters and References

Learn to write a cover letter that grabs the employer's interest, and how to prepare employment referenc

  • Jun. 23 (Online)

Create a Winning Résumé

A step-by-step guide to creating a résumé that will get you noticed.

  • Jun. 16 (Online)

The Interview: Would You Hire YOU?

This interactive workshop allows you to evaluate your interviewing skills and develop strategies to improve these skills.

  • Jun. 8 (Online)

Job Search: Strategies for Success

Designed to provide you with tools you need to find relevant work experience related to your area of study, whether it's a summer internship or graduate employment.

  • Jun. 14 (Online)

Topics currently not scheduled:

LinkedIn: Rock Your Profile

The ultimate guide on how to take your LinkedIn profile to the next level

Work That's Worthwhile

Make the most of your time by exploring opportunities to get involved, give back, and gain experience so you can find a career path you love.

Finding Your Fit

Learn how to look for opportunities and decode job descriptions.

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Whether intentional or unconscious,  prejudices, racism and injustice contribute to negative student experiences in the workplace. Challenges and needs of different equity-deserving groups are diverse and often intersectional, and there is no one size fits all. This workshop will help you discover guidelines and tools that can positively equip you to recognise biases, discrimination and harassment, and take action. The strategies will focus on better positioning you to co-create respectful, equitable and inclusive workplaces and succeed in your work term or job..


Ready, Set, Résumé

How can you make sure your résumé stands out? Start telling your story and craft a résumé that highlights your unique skills and experiences to get the job.

Beyond the Buzzwords

No matter your major, building your career never stops. Be proactive with your profiles: learn to harness the power of LinkedIn and take control of your online story so you're ready for any opportunity.

Connections That Count

Talking to others doesn't have to be scary — learn what to say and communicate with confidence.