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5 reasons January is a great time of the year for a job search
January can be the perfect time to start your job search so you’re poised and ready to go when hiring managers start looking for candidates for the year ahead.
How to find a job that's a good fit when you have a hidden disability
I’ve had so many crushes on companies. But finding the right fit can be hard. These three things can make all the difference when searching for a good fit.
What the Class of 2021 should know as they enter the job marketMost new graduates feel some level of anxiety when they receive their degrees. Yes, they’re satisfied and proud of their achievements, but they’re now being thrust into the world to apply what they’ve just learned. The anxiety is easily amplified during times of economic uncertainty.
Ask Joe with King's History Grad Andrew Webb, founder EmployedHistorian.comDean of Students, Joe Henry, speaks with King's History graduate Andrew Webb about his diverse career background and his new website https://employedhistorian.com
Ask Joe with former KUCSC President Violette KhammadDean of Students, Joe Henry welcomed Violette Khammad ‘18 BA Political Science during the June Ask Joe. Violette provided advice to students and graduates on how to get the most of the student experience at King’s, as well as job searching during the pandemic.
Students can earn up to $5,000 this summer for volunteer serviceThe Canada student service grant is supposed to give eligible students between $1,000 and $5,000 to support the costs of post-secondary education in the fall.
Career Fundamentals for University StudentsCareer Fundamentals for University Students is a series of modules designed to equip undergraduate students with transferrable career development skills. These modules will increase students’ knowledge and provide them with tools related to securing opportunities in the labour market during University and after graduation.
Who's hiring in Canada?Some industries — from shipping to online learning — are hiring to meet coronavirus-related demand. Here are some of the companies hiring right now.
Students can apply for financial aid
Trudeau's daily coronavirus update: Students can apply for financial aid starting Friday. In his May 13 briefing, the PM talked about a COVID-19 antibody test, and announced that students and recent grads can apply for the Emergency Student Benefit at the end of this week.
Prepare for these pandemic job interview questionsAny conversation that you have with another person for the foreseeable future will at least touch on the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Job interviews are no different.
Best Websites for Remote Work and Side GigsLooking for websites that list remote work and side gigs can be frustrating. Most of the traditional job boards don’t offer an easy way to find these types of opportunities (yet).
Managing your job search during the pandemicSusan Ackland, Career counsellor at King’s introduces the new Employment and Student Support Resource page and offers some suggestions for managing your job search in the context of the pandemic while social distancing.
Job Search Tips for King's International StudentsDean of Students, Joe Henry, chats with Fabio Bonfim from Immploy to speak about employment opportunities and job search tips for our international students.
Employment and the COVID19 PandemicPanel for International Students.
Thu, 7 May 2020 - 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDTWe will have a panel of three experts discussing important topics and responding to your questions in real-time.