Career Readiness Training

Esther, U of T Scarborough Management student

Dedicated Career Support 

All Management students have access to U of T Scarborough's Academic Advising and Career Centre (AA&CC) through virtual appointments to discuss your job search goals, attend workshops, and explore internships and graduate employment opportunities. Go to CLNx to sign up for sessions and get ready for your job search!

Services for students provided by AA&CC include:

  • Resume teaching and critiquing

  • Job and co-op search help

  • Interview preparedness and mock interviews

  • Career exploration

  • Linked In teaching and profile critiquing

  • Strategic career planning

  • Workload & time management

  • & so much more!

Derek Smith
Derek Smith is your dedicated Management Career Strategist. He brings over 15 years of experience to help you prepare for the job market and reach your professional goals. Call 416-287-7561 or email (please use your address) to set up an online appointment.


If you are a Management Co-op student, learn more about co-op-specific job search support here.

Free Online Resources

Having trouble figuring out what you're good at and what you enjoy? Is setting goals or figuring out what skills to build and how challenging? We get it! To help you get to know and develop yourself better, co-op students, prospective students and all members of the U of T community have access the University's Experiential Learning Hub, which offers a variety of resources and training modules, including:

  • Understanding your strengths, values, and interests

  • Setting goals for experiential learning

  • Developing a personal learning plan for competency development

The insight gained from what you learn through this tool are an excellent complement to what you learn and practice in co-op as you work on securing your work terms!

Are you a trans or non-binary student navigating your career journey? This guide created just for you can help.
Gain practical strategies and insight into what to consider when having conversations with employers about addressing disability-related barriers at work. Download the Disclosure and Accommodation Guide for the Workplace (PDF).


New Grad? Congrats!

In addition to leveraging U of T Scarborough's Academic Advising and Career Centre (AA&CC) at any point in your student journey, new grads may continue to access AA&CC services for two years following convocation! Check out all the career-building resources available to new grads, including a special job search portal, through the AA&CC's Jobs for Grads programming.