Centre for Career and Calling

The Centre for Career and Calling helps students and alumni to discern God’s call upon their lives. It equips them to understand themselves, make meaning of their experiences, and explore pathways to purposeful work in the service of a more humane, just, and sustainable world. The Centre for Career and Calling staff offices are located along the Student Life Corridor that leads towards the Level Coffee House.

“The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.”

Frederick Buechner

Services

Career and Vocational Counselling

Some students and alumni have firm ideas about their future, some have a vague sense of direction, and others don't have a clue. The Centre for Career and Calling is available to help at each step of the way. Witty Sandle, Career and Vocational Counsellor is available to see by appointment.

Career and Vocational Counselling can help students and alumni:

  • Explore and clarify ideas, gifts, interests, and values, and how they might fit with academic study choices and possible careers.
  • Reflect on past experiences and think about how these could provide clues to who you are and how you can serve the world.
  • Understand how personality type affects the way you see the world, interact with others, and make decisions.
  • Make sense of opportunities and begin to narrow your focus.
  • Make well-informed decisions about your future.
  • Engage with a safe non-judgmental space to think about how to live a life of meaning and purpose.

Job Search and Internship Advice

Job Search and Internship Advice is for students and alumni that have fixed ideas about their future, have a vague sense of direction, or just need some starting points. For more information, contact Tetyana Khramova, Work Integrated Learning Coordinator.

Job Search and Internship Advice can help to:

  • Create an effective job search plan that includes how to approach employers, craft a "killer" resume, write a compelling LinkedIn profile, and/or prepare for interviews.
  • Identify and learn from internship, job, and volunteer experiences.
  • Make sense of occupational-specific information.
  • Make well-informed decisions about your future.

Centre for Career and Calling Staff

Sandle, Witty

Manager, Centre for Career and Calling, Career and Vocational Counsellor P: 780-465-3500 Ext. 8050
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Khramova, Dr. Tetyana

Work Integrated Learning Coordinator P: 780-465-3500 Ext. 8119
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