Student Employment and Career Centre

Connects students with employers. Offers career development and job skills programming.

Lower Marquis Hall, 97 Campus Dr.
8am - 4pm Monday - Friday
SECC information for students
As a student centre on campus, detailed information about services and programs can be found on The information below is intended primarily for staff and faculty of the U of S.
SECC information for employers
If you are an employer interested in hiring our students, hosting an information session, or attending a career fair.

The Student Employment and Career Centre (SECC) contributes to student success by empowering students/alumni with the necessary tools, resources and supports to make a successful transition from education-to-career whether it be a summer, permanent, part-time, internship or volunteer opportunities. The SECC accomplishes this by offering:

  • A range of job search supports including job postings through CareerLink, a comprehensive database of external job posting sites, and job search advice
  • CareerLink, where employers, staff, and faculty can post their job and volunteer opportunities for students and alumni, find out about upcoming career events, and register for a booth at one of our five career fairs
  • Multi-disciplinary and targeted career fairs and networking opportunities for students to engage with potential employers  
  • Guidance in developing concise resumes, CVs and cover letters; and strong interview skills
  • A series of career and employment presentations and workshops in collaboration with various campus stakeholders
  • Access to career planning supports in the form of one-on-one career coaching and three comprehensive career assessments - Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Strong Interest Inventory (SII), and StrengthsFinder
  • A list of volunteer and internship opportunities including the Engineering Professional Internships Program (EPIP) in partnership with the College of Engineering

Career Talks

The SECC offers customized career development programming for colleges, departments, and groups on campus. Talks are 50 minutes long and can assist your student body in making the successful transition from stuent to career professional. Topics can cover exploratory career skills to the transition to employment.

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