Services for your Classroom

Don't Cancel that Class

Do you need to be away from your class and cannot find another faculty member to fill in? Career Services can come to the rescue and ensure student motivation and mojo with our "Don't Cancel That Class" program. You can choose from one of our 60-minute engaging and interactive career-enhancing presentations, or we can tailor a career seminar based on your faculty and the needs of your students.

Some popular topics include:

  • What to Do With My Degree
  • Networking 101
  • Optimizing LinkedIn for Career Success
  • Job Search Strategies
  • Interview Strategies

We ask that you please provide us with as much notice as possible and inform your students that attendance is required as any other regularly scheduled class. Career Services will always do our best to accommodate you, but note that there may be times when we are not able to meet your request due to staff availability.

For more information, please contact Lysa Appleton, Career & Employment Coach:

Career Talks

Are your students suck on what to do with their degree? Career Services offers a variety of 60-minute, engaging and interactive workshops that explore and identify relevant career options. Our workshops are customized for any major across the faculties of Arts, Science and Commerce and are geared to all levels of course, from the first year and beyond.

  • Identify career options related to your degree
  • Know your key skills, strengths, and attributes
  • Interpret Labour Market Information (LMI)
  • Locate resources
  • Develop tools to choose a solid career path
  • Understand your value in the job market
  • Highlight your potential for employers

We also offer:

Career Services looks forward to being involved in other areas of the campus community to provide an integrated career development service.

Examples of what we provide:

  • Brief (10 min) classroom presentations about our services
  • Brief (10 min) classroom presentations about the Co-Curricular Record
  • Major-specific presentations
  • Faculty based workshops
  • Partnerships with faculties to organize events such as panels and fairs
  • Career Services professionals as guest speakers
  • Classroom presentations to teach resume, CV, and cover letter skills

We also welcome all student referrals from faculty and staff.

For more information, please contact Lysa Appleton, Career & Employment Coach:

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