The more you connect with professionals working in the career you are exploring, the more you will learn about whether it’s a good fit for you. Connecting with professionals is a great way to explore careers and expand your options in our changing world.
Go ahead, explore!
- Job Shadowing
- In the Field
- Dream Job Academy
- Career Chats
- U of T Hub on Ten Thousand Coffees
- Research Catalogue
- Employer recruitment information sessions and pop-up booths
- Career Fairs
- Mock Interviews with Employers
- Industry Spotlights
Gain up to three-years access to Job Shadowing and In The Field programs by completing the Career Exploration orientation. In the online orientation, you will be introduced to the career exploration programs at U of T and you can also try practical activities that will help you develop skills to support your career exploration process. After the online orientation, attend an in-person orientation to gain the three years of eligibility.
Dream Job AcademyDream Job Academy is an arts-based career exploration program designed to help you explore your passions, interests, and values to identify potential careers. Learn more about Dream Job Academy
In The FieldWould you like to learn more about different careers in an industry? Join us In The Field for a half-day group visit to an organization. Learn more about In The Field
Career ChatsWe know that career exploration, career planning, and job searching can sometimes be ambiguous, messy, and complex‚ so let's chat about it! Learn more about Career Chats
Job Shadowing ProgramCurious about how your values, skills and interests relate to potential career options? Shadow a professional of your interest for half a day to five days! Learn more about Job Shadowing Program
U of T Hub on Ten Thousand CoffeesAlumni volunteers share career advice to help students and younger alumni succeed in their careers. Learn more about U of T Hub on Ten Thousand Coffees
Employer recruitment information sessions & pop-up boothsEvery year, the University of Toronto hosts over 100 on-campus recruitment information sessions to provide students and recent graduates with valuable opportunities to learn more about the labour market and network with industry representatives Learn more about Employer recruitment information sessions & pop-up booths
Career fairsCareer fairs gather many employers in one space so that you can meet and speak with recruiters, hiring managers and employees from Canada's top employers and global organizations. Learn more about Career fairs
Industry SpotlightsIndustry Spotlights invite employer representatives working in industry specific careers to participate in a panel discussion and speed networking activity where they meet with students and recent graduates. Learn more about Industry Spotlights