We’re proud of our alumni and are pleased to support you in your endeavors beyond the university. If you’re looking for a job, wondering what to do next, need help perfecting a resume, LinkedIn profile or graduate school application, or just want some advice, the Career Centre is here for you!
- Career counselling: You can access career counselling services by scheduling a counselling appointment. Book a time to have a face-to-face, Skype or phone meeting.
- Job postings: To view and apply to job postings, go to the Career Centre portal. Choose the job posting tab and login using your MyCampus ID and password. If you have forgotten your password or have an inactive account you must contact IT Services at 905.721.8668 ext. 3333 to reset it.
- Job-search help: Need some help with job-search strategy or resources? Wondering if your resume or interview skills are still current? Check out the Career Tools section on our portal or book an appointment to meet with an employment advisor.
- Online career workshops: Check out these workshops to learn what you should include in your resume, how to write an effective cover letter, and how to maximize your interview experience.
- Events: The Career Centre offers a variety of events where alumni can meet with employers. Whether you're exploring career options or looking for your next job, these events can help you make connections. See the calendar for dates and times. Note: Use the filter by event categories tab on the top right-hand side of the page and select Career Centre.
UOIT Career Centre
2000 Simcoe Street North
Oshawa, Ontario L1H 7K4
905.721.8668 ext. 3824
- North Oshawa location: U5 Building, Room 62
- Downtown Oshawa location: 61 Charles Street Building, Room 225
Alumni enjoy a free lifetime membership to the campus libraries. Show your alumni card to borrow most regular items: up to 10 items for a 14-day loan period. In addition, you have free in-library access to magazines, journals and annual reports, as well as online periodical indexes and databases. More information can be found at uoit.ca/library.