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Ask Joe with former KUCSC President Violette Khammad

Ask Joe with former KUCSC President Violette Khammad

Dean 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.
Career Fundamentals for University Students

Career Fundamentals for University Students

Career 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?

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

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 questions

Prepare for these pandemic job interview questions

Any 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.
Managing your job search during the pandemic

Managing your job search during the pandemic

Susan 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.
Employment and the COVID19 Pandemic

Employment and the COVID19 Pandemic

Panel for International Students.

Thu, 7 May 2020 - 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDT

We will have a panel of three experts discussing important topics and responding to your questions in real-time.
Job Search in Difficult Times

Job Search in Difficult Times

King's partner London Economic Development Centre (LEDC) has compiled a series of useful videos to help you with your job search during these difficult times of COVID-19.
Job search during this challenging time

Job search during this challenging time

We are keenly aware of the challenges facing everyone during this difficult period of the COVID-19 pandemic. University students and recent graduates face uncertainty in almost ever aspect of their lives, including health, housing, finances, educational goals, and of course their searches for employment opportunities.
Immploy Mentorship and Job Match Programs

Immploy Mentorship and Job Match Programs

If you are an international student at King's University College who has graduated from King’s, or an eligible Canadian institution, and you are eligible to work in Canada on a post-graduation work permit, we invite you to connect with Immploy.
5 Ways To Stand Out In Your Job Search During The Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Ways To Stand Out In Your Job Search During The Coronavirus Pandemic

"Should I keep looking for a new job with all of this going on?"

If this thought has crossed your mind at some point since the coronavirus pandemic began, you’re not alone. In the middle of all the chaos, fear and uncertainty, it’s normal to wonder if you should put your job search on hold or keep looking.