Career Hub

All students at Algoma University have access to the Career Hub!

Algoma University recognizes that the key to a well-rounded university experience is to initiate career development from the moment your university education begins. Career Hub through collaborative career development approach aims to empower Algoma University students to thrive, have a fulfilling career, make informed decisions and successfully contribute to the community, society and future workforce.


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Career Hub is committed to the principles of Indigenization, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (IEDI) and aims to provide students with an array of resources, programs and services to gain the essential skills and knowledge base required to create, maintain, and sustain a successful career while addressing the needs of equity deserving groups.

Navigate through Career Hub to discover various resources that are available to assist you on your career development journey. Students are also encouraged to enroll in the free non-credit CareerLink Certificate Program. 

CareerLink is a great way to earn digital badges and the non-credit CareerLink Certificate on successfully obtaining any three badges. It is a great way to showcase your accomplishments while learning to develop a career path that is unique and perfect for you. Additionally, CareerLink participants receive individualized support including feedback on their portfolio and one-on-one career strategy appointments.

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Career Development Resource Library

Career Development is a life-long process of making career decisions, improving, enhancing, evaluating, advancing, changing and reevaluating as you move forward on your career path. These resources will prepare you and help you get started on your career journey, make informed career decisions, network, grow professionally, and achieve your goals.

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Today’s global workplace is diverse and constantly changing. Open to all students, Career Link is a non-credit Certificate program that develops career skills, connections, to position students for career success. Career Link brings together students from different disciplines into a structured program that allows them to pursue their individual interests.

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Experience Maps

Are you ready to apply theory and academic content to real-world experiences? It’s time to make your plan!

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Co-operative Education

Co-op provides students with meaningful, paid work experience, networking capabilities, and helps build and develop students’ competences and skill sets.

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Ten Thousand Coffees

The Algoma University Café, powered by Ten Thousand Coffees, is a networking and mentorship platform that connects students, alumni and business professionals based on their role, career goals, and professional interests.

Information for Employers

We offer a variety of recruitment strategies to help connect employers with Algoma U students and new graduates.

Work on Campus

We offer programs that enable students to work full-time during the summer, and part-time while completing their studies

Job Boards

Not sure where or how to find work? We’ve created a list of useful websites that allow you to search for jobs easily.

Community Partners and Employers

Community partners and employers are the key links in connecting students with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through experiential learning courses and programs.

Career Hub Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Statement

Career Hub in accordance with Algoma University’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Statement commits to embedding equity, diversity, and inclusion to foster a welcoming environment by intentionally applying these values to fulfill Algoma University’s commitment to undoing systemic and institutional discrimination and to be publicly transparent and accountable.We strive to implement career development services through a social justice and equity lens, stand as allies to the five targeted designated groups (women, Indigenous, Black and other racialized persons, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQQIP2SA+ persons) and are fully committed to affirming the values of Indigenization, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

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Click here to learn more about Career Hub’s commitment to Indigenization, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (IEDI). If you have any feedback that you would like to share in terms of making Career Hub more equitable, we would love to hear from you.

Career Hub is run through the Experiential Learning Hub (EL Hub). The program components are a collaboration between many Algoma University departments as well as the surrounding community. 

Career Link is funded through the generous support of RBC FutureLaunch.


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