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Career Planning for Future Students

Career Planning for Future Students


Choosing a career is one of the most important decisions you'll ever make. You want to make sure you select a career that's a good match for your skills, interests and values. Luckily, the Career Centre has created a four-step exercise to help you choose the best program and career.

You can also visit and complete the myCareer Guide and contact Pathways Advisors for further resources and information on choosing the program that is right for you:

  • By telephone: 416-289-5300
  • By email: [email protected]
  • By walk-in: Room C2-09, Progress Campus, Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM, no appointment is necessary

If you are a current student or recent alumnus (less than two years), visit Career Services and Co-op Education office to learn more about the full suite of services available to you.

Led young graduates, alumni and the general job-seeking public can access free employment assistance, job placements and training supports funded through the Employment Ontario program at Led young College, Community Employment Services.