Apply now to be apart of the 2019 Career Services Job Shadow Program.
Job Shadow is a unique opportunity for career exploration that allows you to spend a day visiting a professional (Job Shadow Mentor) at their job. Job shadowing will help you gain insight into a particular job or industry, make connections between classroom learning and work requirements, and gain a better understanding of the knowledge, skills, and educational requirements you may need to follow your career interests.
January 14, 2019, is the deadline to apply to take part in Career Services’ 2019 Job Shadow Program.
Open to undergraduate students in 2nd, 3rd, or 4th-year enrolled in a program within the Faculties of Public Affairs or Arts and Social Sciences.
For more information or to fill out the online application, please visit the Career Services website.
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