Career Development Services
MITT is concerned about your health and safety and is taking measures to protect you while minimizing the disruption to student studies.
*NEW* List of Online Resources for Job Seekers! See below.
Career Development Services is pleased to continue offering 1-on-1 career help via email, telephone, skype and zoom.
What can we help you with?
- Resume and Cover letter review
- Interview preparation
- Job Search
- Career Exploration
How can you contact us?
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, program and what kind of help you are looking for. We will review your email and contact you to either set up a time to talk or ask you to send us your documents for editing.
Have a member of the Career Services Team you are already working with? Contact them directly:
- David Driver: email@example.com
- Romalie Manalang: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Celia Vielfaure: email@example.com
Career Development Services at MITT is committed to preparing students for meaningful careers and connecting employers with work ready candidates.
MITT is taking an innovative approach to career education. Every student at MITT will participate in the Work Skills Series during their technical program. These are workshops that focus on employability skills, resume development, interview skills and effective transition to work. MITT is committed to student’s career development, and the Work Skills Series is another way that MITT is ensuring students and alumni find long term employment success.
List of Online Resources for Job Seekers!
This website offers practical tips for job searching, networking, interview and resumes. It is directed at current and recent post-secondary students!
Their blog has some amazing articles such as “How to continue your job search during Coronavirus” and “How to prepare for a virtual interview”
Career Wise is a weekly newsletter put out by CERIC an organization that advances career development in Canada. The newsletter pulls together top headlines each week from across the country about the current and future job climate and advice on job search and resumes.
Indeed being one of the most popular job sites in Canada, they do have the data to back up their advice! A list of how to ace online interviews, multi-task job searching and information about career development are just a few topics. Keep in mind, this is an American site so there may be small discrepancies in information.
Contact us today and we will be more than happy to help you with any questions or concerns you have.