Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Ways to Contact Career Services



Looking for some assistance with your career planning process? We can help! There are several ways that you can contact Career Services if you have a question or concern relating to your career.

Drop-in - The easiest and most efficient way to receive advice is to drop-in to the Career Services Resource Centre. We are located on the main floor of the Matheson Learning Commons across from the Peer Help Desk. We are open Monday to Friday from 9am-4:30pm (closed statutory holidays). The best part is – NO appointment necessary (and it’s FREE)!!!

Website - Many of the resources we offer can be found on the Career Services website, including ways to access workshops and assessments tools, job search sites, info about our Plus Programs, and much more!

Live Chat - During most of our office hours, one of our well-trained Career Assistants will be online on our new Career Chat! This online chat function lets you ask quick career-related questions from the comfort of your own home (or anywhere else you may be!) when it isn’t convenient for you to drop-in to the Resource Centre. If we are offline, you can leave us a message and we will respond to you via email usually within a day or so! Access the Career Chat from our home page.

Email - Got a career-related question? Does your resume need revamping? Simply email your question or your career document to career@brocku.ca and we will help you over email if it is not convenient for you to come to our office. This is also a great solution for Alumni who are no longer on campus very often.

Twitter - Follow @JackMcIsaac (Career Services’ Mascot) on Twitter: twitter.com/JackMcIsaac

Facebook - ‘Like’ us on Facebook at: facebook.com/jack.mcisaac

Phone - Quick questions about our services offered and if we are the right service for your needs can be directed to 905-688-5550 Ext.#5115

Pinterest - Follow us on Pinterest at: pinterest.com/jackmcisaaccs

Blog – If you are reading this post, then you probably already follow our blog but here is the website anyways! You can post comments about our posts and we can respond to you!

Now that you have found out all of the ways to contact us, you have no excuse for not utilizing this FREE, drop-in service that can help you at all stages of the career planning process! See you soon!
 


Jami Coughler, Senior Career Assistant
4th Year Public Health [Honours]
BA: Sociology, Criminology Concentration [Honours] ‘11

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