Career Services Boost to Student Employability

Resume tutor at Humber’s Career Centre, Layla Da Graca.

Career services in post-secondary institutions are proving beneficial to students looking to enter the working world, according to a report released by the Council of Ontario Universities.

Students with access to work-study and career service programs are better prepared for the workforce then those without, the study found.

The report, titled #MyCareer: How Ontario university career services prepare students for the future, was “prepared to inspire continuous improvement in the career services area,” said Jennifer Grass, senior director of communications and public affairs for the COU.

Read the rest of the article at the Humber Et Cetera.


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