Build your career and network
Translating your interests into a rewarding career, and taking a step beyond the classroom, can often seem like daunting tasks. But you're not alone.
UBC Science Co-op
Gain work experience, build your network, and earn money with UBC Science Co-op. In most programs, being a co-op student will extend your degree program by one year — but the pay-off is immense.
Build My Career - Resources and Career Advising
UBC Career Services provides numerous tools in building your career. Not only are there career advisors to help you find job resources and opportunities, but there are also a wide variety of workshops - interview, resume, and cover letter assistance, and many more.
Work Learn Student Positions
On-campus part-time jobs are available in the academic year and summer for UBC students. Build work experience, gain professional skills, earn great pay. Applications open in March and August.
Graduating Workshop Series
Graduating soon? Dig deeper into the experience you gained through your BSc through workshops. Identify what is transferable to the workplace, brush up your résumé & cover letter, practice interview skills, and more.
Centre for Student Involvement and Careers
Drop in to find valuable experiences, resources, and people that can support you in career opportunities and personal growth. Career advising also available.
Unsure of where to network or who to network with? Learn how to build lasting professional relationships that can help you get connected, discover opportunities and get ahead in your job search.
Computer Science Tri-Mentoring
Junior students get advice from senior students regarding course planning, student life, and opportunities for extracurricular activities. Both junior and senior students explore career options and hone their networking and communications skills by participating with mentors in activities like job-shadowing, company visits, and career fairs.
Research Experience (REX) Mentoring
Research Experience supports mentors who assist and lead undergraduate students with developing a theoretical research project that will be presented as a poster at the Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Conference (MURC).
Science Co-op Mentoring Program
The Science Co-op Students Association strives to provide a sense of community and support for all students involved in the UBC Science Co-op (SCOOPS) program. SCOOPS hopes to create a space where students can share in their accomplishments, pass on and receive advice, and bond through their unique experiences.