Career Resources

Find the tools to build your career

As a UBC Sauder student, you are provided with complementary access to a wide variety of career resources that will help you map your career and execute on your goals. From figuring out your talents, to job searching, networking and building your resume, these resources will help you set yourself up for personal and professional success.

The below resources will help you find the career that's right for you.

Looking for paid summer work experience?

We’ve launched the Mitacs Business Strategy Internship (MBSI) program! Students hired through this program will receive a $10,000 stipend as they complete a 4-month (480 hours) internship.

Career Toolkits

Created by BCC's Career Managers, these 12 toolkits will help you advance in your career journey.

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Prepare for your case interviews through video courses and a library of resources to help you land the role you're after.

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Access key resources to help you thrive in your career, available exclusively to UBC Sauder students and alumni.

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Practice and develop your interviewing skills with a video-recorded platform in a no-pressure, mock interview process.

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Job Postings

Find the right opportunities for you and understand recruitment trends and tips to support your job search.

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Connect with career opportunities, build professional relationships and research companies to get industry insights.

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Get exclusive information about jobs UBC Sauder students have landed up to 6 months after graduation.

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Identify your top strengths, improve self-awareness, build stronger relationships, and find the right roles for you.

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Gain insights on various industry, company or profession to launch the career of your dreams.

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Discover how to strengthen your resume content and impact using VMock's data science to assess your resume.

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Career Resources for Equity-Seeking Groups

Campus partners have teamed up to create a career navigation guide for students with disabilities, students of colour, and LGBTQ+ students. This guide covers answers to your FAQs and links you to campus and community resources to help you thrive. Check it out!

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