Career Services

for USask students and alumni

About us

Career development is the continual journey of self-awareness, skill development, goal setting and achievement. As a new student, current student, or alumni the Career Services team is here to help you every step of the way!

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Your path to career success

Get prepared

Career Educators help you explore your career options, set goals, map-out your path, and get you job search ready.
Career planning
Career Readiness Series of Workshops
Get set up on careerlink

Learn by doing

Experiential Learning helps you gain first-hand experience in the professional workplace.
Co-ops and internships
RBC Learn to Work
Co-curricular record

Get prepared

Career Educators help you explore your career options, set goals, map-out your path, and get you job search ready.

One-on-one appointments are a great place to start for all your career and employment questions. Regardless of whether you're a new USask student, finishing up your education, or one of our great alumni, our Career Educators are here to help:

  • Identify your goals and plan your next steps
  • Discuss your career assessment results
  • Explore your career options
  • Make a career-related decision
  • Build and review your job search documents: Resumes, Cover Letters and CVs
  • Better understand strategies for approaching the job search
  • Learn how to be more effective at finding and applying for jobs
  • Prepare and practice for interviews
  • Review and help build your LinkedIn profile
  • Answer general employment or career related questions

Career Coaching is available free of charge to all newly admitted and current students, and alumni of USask.

Please note, if you are looking for information about academic program requirements or help in choosing your classes, you will want to access Academic Advising.

Learning more about your personality, interests, strengths and career values will help you make better decisions about your career goals, help you evaluate opportunities, and better appreciate your Career Readiness Competencies.

Learn how to get the most out of your degree and prepare for your future career with USask Major Maps.

ISERP is an Indigenous-grounded program that uses Indigenous ways of knowing and learning to help you to be better prepared to enter the world of work. 

Learn by doing

Experiential Learning engages learners purposefully in instruction, direct experience, authentic assessment, and focused reflection to increase their knowledge, develop skills and strategies, clarify values, and apply prior learning.

The Indigenous Student Internship Program (ISIP) is a four-month paid internship program for self-identified Indigenous USask students. For more information, contact Jeanelle Desjarlais, Indigenous Experiential Learning Coordinator at Career Services. 

Empowering Canadian Youth for the Jobs of Tomorrow

The RBC Learn to Work, Work to Learn program equips students with the self-awareness, knowledge, and skills needed to be successful in their careers. With a primary focus on identifying and building career readiness skills students have opportunities to participate in experiential learning initiatives, industry panels, mentorship programs, and various workshops that ultimately improve their employability.

Contact program lead Erin Walling for more information.   


Level Up brings real projects from organizations into Universities. Get immersed in industry projects and get equipped with work-ready skills. LEVEL UP your resume by completing short-term, 80 hour projects over two to eight weeks from organizations and get paid $1,400 to do it! Show future employers you have the real skills they need.

Community Engaged Learning Projects provide USask students with a structured project-based learning experience. These partnerships are driven by community partner priorities and provide reciprocal benefits to those partners and the students engaged with them. Partners can complete smaller, impactful projects and students can gain develop their career-readiness competencies through experiential learning. At the heart of our program is a 10-hour career readiness online course and a 30-hour project that offers you hands-on experience in applying the knowledge from the course and making a real impact. While completing these projects you have the opportunity to reflect, share, and act on your career readiness competencies, receive a bursary, and CCR recognitionJoin the mailing list to hear when new projects are available!

Contact program lead Tenneisha Nelson for more information. 

FUSION Skill-Development is an interactive and engaging 10-hour online, self-study curriculum designed to wraparound and complement your existing experiential learning opportunity, and help you enhance your skills across critical 21st century skill domains.

Employers like to see candidates who are well-rounded and take the initiative to participate in their communities. Volunteering and community involvement are rewarding ways to gain valuable experience, develop important skills and build your professional network. Engaging in professional development opportunities, like workshops or non-credit courses, gives you the opportunity to learn outside of your academic program.

Use CareerLink to search for volunteer opportunities and subscribe to have new postings emailed to you. Check PAWS for more volunteer opportunities. Many groups on campus post PAWS bulletins when looking for volunteers.

A number of organizations coordinate experiential learning opportunities such as internships, exchanges and leaderhip programs all over the world and in a range of industries. If you are interested in interning with a certain employer, be sure to check out the careers/opportunities section of their website as many have internship experiences. Also see Volunteering, Study Abroad and International Job Links.

Please note, the University of Saskatchewan is not affiliated with any of the organizations noted above and offers this list simply to provide other options for students to explore, not as an endorsement. Programs vary considerably so be sure to research each thoroughly and inquire about such details as application fees, location, stipends/honorariums, requirements, accommodations, flights, health insurance, work visas, contract lengths, etc.

The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is a personalized and official record of the university-approved and facilitated activities that you have been involved in while a student here. This record is an excellent supplement to résumés and CVs.

Create connections

Meet professionals in your field and potential employers while learning and applying networking skills. As your circle of contacts expands, so do your opportunities.

USask students and alumni have opportunities to connect with various organizations to discuss employment, volunteering, and graduate and professional school opportunities. Explore exhibitor booths, attend industry panels, and meet with local, national, and international reps who have come to share their passions, answer questions and attract an inspired uSask talent like you.

Networking is about developing meaningful relationships. CareerMeetUps exist to provide you with an opportunity to learn how to network more effectively, and to build new connections with alumni, industry reps, and others.

Employer information sessions are an excellent way for you to connect with future employers. You'll learn more about their organization and what opportunities they have available.

Career resources

Get quick access to guides and resources for everything from career readiness to resumes/CVs, networking, finding jobs and developing interview skills.

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Ready to get started on your career path and explore a world of opportunities? We’ll guide you along the way.

Before visiting the USask campus be sure to familiarize yourself with the most up to date information on mask requirements, vaccinations, and all things related to COVID-19

To reach us, please email us at or call us at 306-966-5003. We will get back to you within one business day.

Career Services
University of Saskatchewan
G50 Lower Marquis Hall
97 Campus Drive
Saskatoon SK  S7N 4L3

Career Services' Regular Office Hours

  • Mon 8:30am - 4:30pm 
  • Tue 8:30am - 4:30pm 
  • Wed 8:30am - 4:30pm
  • Thu 8:30am - 4:30pm 
  • Fri 8:30am - 4:30pm

 May 1 - August 30 (closed 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm) 

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Our mandate and values

Career Services core purpose is to empower students to achieve career success by leading, guiding and partnering to advance career education at the University of Saskatchewan.

Working in partnership with employers, our community and our USask colleagues; we facilitate students' access to opportunities, creation of connections, and preparation for and management of their careers. We also play a key role in supporting students in developing competencies (knowledges, skills, attributes) within their academic programs, and through experiential and work integrated learning opportunities.

In all that we do, Career Services strives to:


We create safe spaces and seek to actively listen, understand and support the goals of others.


We build and foster dynamic relationships to more effectively serve our community.

Be Knowledgeable and Data Informed

We continually grow our expertise, are grounded in best practices and make evidence-based decisions.

Be Inclusive

We embrace inclusivity as a central tenet, ensuring our programs are equitable and are created with and for our diverse community.

Practice Integrity

We are transparent, honest and ethical in everything we do.

Be Authentic

We are vulnerable and self-aware, modelling what we instill in others.

Innovate and Adapt

We maintain openness and curiosity to create, anticipate and respond to opportunities.

Career Services team

Reece Tastad
Career Peer Educator

Tiana Sangwais
Career Peer Educator

Tyler Polreis
Career Educator, Major Maps Project Coordinator

Alicia (Wehrkamp) Tall
Experiential Learning Coordinator, RBC Learn to Work, Work to Learn Program Lead - Maternity Leave until August 1, 2025

Erin Walling
Experiential Learning Coordinator, RBC Learn to Work, Work to Learn Program Lead

Delanie Adams-Beavereye
Indigenous Experiential Learning Coordinator - Maternity Leave

Jeanelle Desjarlais
Indigenous Experiential Learning Coordinator

Tenneisha Nelson
Experiential Learning Coordinator

Rosa Moazed
Graduate and Postdoctoral Professional Skills Coordinator

Brette Kristoff
Professional Skills Coordinator & Project Lead: FUSION

Colleen Slade
Employer and Community Engagement Coordinator

Kim Matheson
Director, Career Services