Career and Experiential Learning is pleased to offer recent graduates access to three years of continued career counselling, assessments, and career development support post-graduation. It is very common for career questions to arise six to twelve months after graduation.

Common questions Alumni ask include;

I have graduated, now what is my next step?

How do I market myself and my degree?

I still don’t know what I want to do, is that normal?

How do I update my resume and cover letter?

I’m thinking about applying to graduate school, how do I choose a school or program?

Recent graduates can book an appointment with a Career Counsellor to build, improve, and discuss career plans and/or meet with a Career & Employment Coach who can help with resume and cover letter revisions, mock interviews, job search, and more. In addition, you have access to Career360°. With Career360° you have access to book appointments online and view events on campus!

Services provided through Career360° by Career and Experiential Learning continue to operate remotely during this time. 

Virtual appointment meetings and calls will be made through Microsoft Teams; all students have free access to Microsoft Teams through their e-mail address. Full instructions on how to use Microsoft Teams can be found on the left-hand side of Career360° under "Student Resources." If Microsoft Teams is not accessible, solutions can be made on a case by case basis.

Career & Experiential Learning
4th, Floor Student Centre
Mailing address:
Saint Mary's University
923 Robie Street