Events

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Job Searching Now for Part-Time, Summer and Full-Time Work

Customized Resumes

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Interview Skills

Choosing or Re-Evaluating Your Career Direction

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Customized Resumes

Interview Skills

Choosing or Re-Evaluating Your Career Direction

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Ambassador 200

Job Searching Now for Part-Time, Summer and Full-Time Work

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Zizai Regina

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Customized Resumes

Choosing or Re-Evaluating Your Career Direction

Ambassador 101

Ambassador - Event Basics

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Job Searching Now for Part-Time, Summer and Full-Time Work

Interview Skills

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Ambassador Tour Training Part 1

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Interview Skills

Job Searching Now for Part-Time, Summer and Full-Time Work

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Ambassador 101

Ambassador - Event Basics

Choosing or Re-Evaluating Your Career Direction

Ambassador Tour Training Part 2

Customized Resumes

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Zizai Regina

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Ambassador Tour Training Part 2

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We have our finger on the pulse of all that is happening at the University of Regina. Our online database has over 300 activities for students to take part in. Registered participants can get involved in all sorts of activities based primarily on your academic needs and personal preferences.

For more information on academic success workshops, career development seminars, employment services, and the Co-op program, please check out the links below:

Student Success Centre: This website is an excellent resource for students who are looking for assistance transitioning to university, with writing university papers, math and stats tutorial support and a variety of valuable academic success workshops.

Career Exploration & Counselling: This website provides useful tools and services for students interested in searching for employment, community/volunteer service information, career direction information and attending career development seminars.

Student Employment Services: This website showcases many of the tools that will assist U of R students in finding part-time, summer and career-related employment opportunities. These valuable tools include the PlacePro job board, internship opportunities and on-campus career fairs.

Co-operative Education & Internships: The Co-op program provides U of R students with work-related skills, professional work experience and employer references which will be important in securing long-term sustainable employment. The Co-op website offers detailed information about the Co-op program, different work term opportunities available, Co-op student testimonials and how to get involved in the program.