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Cookies and Milk Stressbuster

Need some time off to break up those long hours of studying? Looking for the perfect study snack? The Experiential Learning Hub is here for you! Join us on April 9 from 10:00 to 11:00am in McLaughlin Library for some FREE milk and cookies! 

The Last Lecture

Hear words of wisdom and encouragement from a fellow graduating student, a favourite prof, and an inspiring alumni. Event follows The Last Toast. 

The Last Toast

The Last Toast! A celebratoy toast to the graduating class, followed by the last lecture. You get to keep the champagne flute! Tickets from the CSA office (UC Floor 2) are $12!

Grad Fest

New for 2019! Drop by Branion Plaza for a free slice of cake and snap a selfie with Gryph! 

Grad Launch Resource Fair

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Drop by this resource fair to learn about all the perks and benefits waiting for you as alumni! Attendees receive free U of G swag and treats from the campus bakery! 

Grad Week - Resume Blitz

Calling all graduating students! Come to the UC Courtyard or the Summerlee Science Complex for a review of your resume by one of our qualified peer helpers. Bring a hard copy and get valuable feedback so you can land your first job as a U of G grad!

CANTEACH Information Session 3:00

CANTEACH recruits qualified Canadians to New Zealand, Scotland, and Wales to obtain their Teaching Certification in one year programs. These qualifications are valid in Canada! Many Guelph students have attended CANTEACH Universities abroad, including Olivia Donnelly who will be at the sessions to discuss her experience. Representatives from universities in New Zealand, Scotland, and Wales will also be available to discuss all options with students on March 21 in the UC.   Register on experienceguelph.ca.

CANTEACH Information Session 12:30

CANTEACH recruits qualified Canadians to New Zealand, Scotland, and Wales to obtain their Teaching Certification in one year programs. These qualifications are valid in Canada! Many Guelph students have attended CANTEACH Universities abroad, including Olivia Donnelly who will be at the sessions to discuss her experience. Representatives from universities in New Zealand, Scotland, and Wales will also be available to discuss all options with students on March 21 in the UC.   Register on experienceguelph.ca.

Career Planning Drop-in: I'm Graduating. Now What?

Are you graduating this year and not quite sure what your next steps should be to land a job? Hear from a Career Advisor, Advisor for Students with Disabilities and a former University of Guelph student who will share some of the essential "to do's" to get you ready for beginning your career after university.  Topics will include resume, cover letter and interview advice, navigating disability in the workplace, networking and more. See you there!  

Cargill Employer Recruitment Session

Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial, and industrial products and services to the world. Together with farmers, customers, governments, and communities, they help people thrive by applying their insights and over 150 years of experience. They are looking to hire summer student employees. 

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