Monday, July 11, 2022

Further Education

Have you started considering what you will do after you graduate? Perhaps you have decided that you’re going to apply to some entry-level job positions. Or maybe, you have decided to continue your education and pursue post-graduate studies.  

If the latter is true, you might be feeling overwhelmed with the post-graduate process and that’s ok! We are here to support your decisions and offer resources to help you pick a program.  

But first, it is crucial to ask yourself: is grad school the right choice for me? Grad school is a great way for students to gain more knowledge and specialize in your field of interest. It is also important to consider the extra time and costs that come along with another degree. This question can be tough to answer, but if you establish some career goals for yourself, then it can help you decide whether another degree is necessary to pursue. In CareerZone, we offer career guidance, and our Talent Development Specialists can help assist you with creating your career action plan.  

If further education is something you aspire to do, you will first need to explore program options.  This process can be very time-consuming and require a lot of research. Luckily, we have resources to help you navigate post-graduate programs that can be accessed on your CareerZone portal.   

After you’ve decided on what program(s) interest you, you can apply!  You can find support for any application components on CareerZone as well. Our staff is trained to review your application documents and can give you beneficial feedback to increase your chances of getting accepted! 
It is important to take your time with this decision, and we are here to support you no matter what decision you make!  



Connect with us virtually and in-person this summer! 

If you have any questions related to further education, we have virtual Q&A hours Monday to Friday from 11am-1pm. We also have CareerZone drop-in Q&A hours Monday to Thursday from 1-4pm! We also host café presentations every Tuesday and Thursday from 2-3pm. Stay tuned for this week’s presentations on “Polish your Interview Skills and “How to Best Showcase your Experiential Learning in your Resume and Cover Letter”.  


Unable to join us for live drop-ins? No worries, students can access our online chat at for common inquiries. 


Connect With Us! 

We are here to support you, so don’t be afraid to ask for help! We offer many student resources on our portal ( and can be contacted via email at to answer your questions.  


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Written by Megan Vlahiotis, Career Assistant and Blog Manager 

Edited by Kara Renaud, Supervisor of Career Education, CCEE Department 



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