Book an appointment
- Who can book an appointment?
- What topics/areas can I get assistance with?
- How do I book an appointment?
- Can I book more than one appointment?
Current students and graduates of full-time and part-time credit programs can book appointments to get professional coaching on multiple career and job search topics.
- First year students: Clarify your career path and begin building job search material, using resources, and finding contacts that will help guide your career early on.
- Students in mid program: Put your knowledge into practice by connecting with opportunities, associations and professionals in your field of interest. Get work related experience before you graduate.
- Soon-to-be graduates and post graduates: Implement an effective career and job search plan and get that competitive edge to ensure you succeed in your career.
You can receive coaching and information on a variety of career and job search topics including:
- Explore your skills, interests and abilities to identify career paths
- Discover occupations that fit your certificate, diploma or degree
- Learn effective job search strategies
- Prepare for success at job interviews
- Create marketing material: resumes, cover letters and portfolios
- And other career or employment topics
- Career Services
- Email: email@example.com
- Call: 403.440.6307
- Visit: Room A200, Kerby Hall
To book an appointment you will be required to provide:
- First name and surname
- MRU student ID number
- Program registered in and/or graduated from
- Year of graduation (if applicable)
- Telephone number
We ask that you e-mail a copy of your resume prior to the appointment as this helps the coordinator prepare for your meeting. Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. Students can book more than one appointment with a Career Development Coordinator. If the amount of appointments exceeds three in any given semester, the Coordinator and student will review progress and discuss further assistance. For additional coaching, or at a student's request, referrals are also made to a variety of community services that offer more extensive career development and job search assistance.
Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy – The personal information that you provide to Mount Royal University is collected under the authority of the Post-Secondary Learning Act and Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act - section 33(c). The information will be used to verify and/or provide access to our services and to communicate with you. Collected personal information is protected from unauthorized access, collection, use, and disclosure in accordance with the FOIP Act and can be reviewed upon request subject to the provisions under the Act.
Questions regarding the collection of personal information can be directed to:
Operations Coordinator – Career Services, Mount Royal University – A200, 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW – Calgary, AB – T3E 6K6 – 403.440.6307 – email@example.com