Career Link

Career Link is a free, opt-in co-curricular certificate program that students in any degree program and year of studies can enroll in.

Built on current research on what employers are seeking and partnership with community organizations, the program allows students to build high-demand skills that are relevant in the Northern Ontario Labour market and beyond.


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The modular, self-paced structure of the program allows for flexibility in accessing resources and supports that fit individual needs and goals. Upon registering in a “Career Link Cohort” at the beginning of each Fall semester, students will be guided through all components of the program and will have one year to participate in the workshops, events, professional development modules and advising sessions to complete the program. While some components and events will be offered live (scheduled at a specific time), most program components can be accessed and completed at any time and in almost any order.

Upon completion of all six components of the program, students earn a non-credit Career Link Certificate that is awarded at convocation and noted on the student’s academic transcript.

  • Develop the tools, skills, and network that will be a real advantage in today’s competitive labor market
  • Access our free professional clothing service and get a professional headshot for the  LinkedIn profile
  • Receive personalized support in developing the resume, cover letter and LinkedIn profile
  • Participate in job shadowing 
  • Have unlimited access to our workshops, events and resources
  • Earn digital badges for all modules completed and a non-credit co-curricular Career Link Certificate upon the completion of the full program
Career Link FAQs

While as a certificate student you can participate in some of the events organized through Career Link, this program is for degree students only, as the certificate programs do not allow for one term work component to be completed while in school.

Yes! If you are a degree student, either domestic or international, you have access to all the resources and support we offer through Career Link.

No. All our programming is offered virtually at this time and we welcome students from all campuses to join.

Yes! You can take as much or as little as you wish or can. The completion of each individual module will help you obtain a digital badge that you can add to your LinkedIn profile and you can earn as many as five individual badges.

No. There are no assignments, but you will be required to complete specific tasks (resume, cover letter, professional profile setup, specific training modules, etc.) and activities that are part of the professional development experience.

You can simply submit your application through the Registration form linked at the top of this page and you will receive an email from the Career Link Navigator. Once accepted in the Program, you will be given access to the Career Link Moodle site that provides you access to all required information and resources and you will also receive a weekly newsletter, Career Link Weekly that keeps you informed on upcoming events, activities and even job advertisements.

Our Partners

Career Link 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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Experiential Learning

To learn more about experiential learning and upcoming workshops, visit our Experiential Learning page.

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Algoma Connect Program

Career Link is proud to support the Algoma Connect Program. Learn more about how you can get involved.

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