Career and Employment Services
MITT Career and Employment Services works with students to prepare them for meaningful careers and connects graduates with employers.
The Career and Employment Services team helps current students and alumni with:
- Resume and cover letter review
- Interview preparation
- Job search
- Career exploration
Connect with MITT Career and Employment Services
Email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, program and what kind of assistance you need.
Connect with our team
- Celia Vielfaure, Coordinator, Career and Employment Services: email@example.com
- David Driver, Career and Employment Services Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Romalie Manalang, Career and Employment Services Officer: email@example.com
- Laura-Lynne Hildebrand, Career and Employment Services Officer, MITT Adult Learning Centres: ALCcareer@mitt.ca
- Holly Shimaro, Work-Integrated Learning Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bridging to Work
MITT takes an innovative approach to career education. Every student at MITT participates in Bridging to Work during their technical program. These workshops focus on employability skills, resume development, interview skills, and effective transition to work. Bridging to Work is another way that MITT is ensuring students and alumni find long-term employment success.
Work Connections is the resource for MITT students and alumni taking the next step in their careers. Supported by the MITT Career and Employment Services team, Work Connections provides relevant job listings to all students and offers resume assistance to help students get hired.
Work Connections is distributed through MITT email addresses with updates on the latest job opportunities.
Trying to make a career decision or interested in learning more about a career? Career and Employment Services at MITT provides access to an online career resource called myBlueprint that can help with career assessments and occupational information.
myBlueprint provides extensive career and labour market information for any profession.
To use myBlueprint:
- Create a free account with your own email and password
- Use the following Activation Key: mitt
Interested in learning more about the career you could pursue after completing a program at MITT? Check out our Career Pathways pages for information that can help you make a career decision, or learn more about a career option by viewing the programs we offer.
Need help with your resume? Use the MITT Resume Development Guide [PDF] to get started.
Still need help, or want some expert advice on your finished resume? To meet with a Career Development Advisor, contact Student Services at 204 989 6512 or email email@example.com to get the drop-in schedule for resume assistance.
Need quick assistance on career related topics? Check out our “tip sheets” or see a Career Development Services staff member for further help!
CES Live!: Resume Development
Friday, December 2, 3:30 p.m.
Learn how to build a strong resume. Join Career and Employment Services Officer Romalie Manalang for this webinar.
CES Live!: Interviews
Friday, December 9th, 3:30 p.m.
Join Career and Employment Services Officer David Driver for a discussion about job interviews.
CES Live!: Transition to Work
Thursday, December 15, 3:30 p.m.
In this webinar, Career and Employment Services Coordinator Celia Vielfaure discusses moving from the classroom to the workplace.
Contact us today and we will be more than happy to help you with any questions or concerns you have.