Career Support

Gain the knowledge, skills and confidence you need for a successful transition to the professional workplace through a series interactive programs.

This program initiative engages adjunct faculty and career specialists.  Panel presentations are offered by executives and alumni from the public, private, non-governmental organizations and non-profit sectors.  We also provide workshops and one-on-one coaching opportunities.

Got career questions? Career Services has extensive experience working with graduate/professional students. For fastest help, try:

Drop-in Career Advising

Location: Gordon Hall, 3rd floor
Queen's Career Services offers drop-in career advising hours frequently throughout the week and year. No appointment required.
Find out more information on the Career Services website.

For lengthier questions/issues or for resume/CV review, please book:

Career Counselling Appointments

Location: Gordon Hall, 3rd floor
Maximum – due to capacity limitations, students are eligible for a maximum of three, 30-minute appointments per academic year

During individual career appointments, the career counsellor can help you explore questions central to managing your career. Topics can relate to any area of career planning and decision-making and typically range from the general, "Where do I go from here?" to a discussion of the fine details that make up a carefully crafted résumé or preparation for an interview. Whether your question involves career direction, job search or further education, the career counsellor is here to help with career strategy. For sector-specific questions and details, the career counsellor may refer you to complementary programming and people in the School of Policy Studies.

Book a career counselling appointment on the Career Services website.

Queen's Career Services maintains a list of the "Employment Opportunities" sites for major Canadian governments. We recommend that you check these sites regularly to locate jobs posting to which you may want to apply now or in the future. 


You can also find the many specific employment opportunities related to policy and public administration at the following links:

  • Queen's MyCareer - use your Queen's NetId and Password to sign in.
  • PolicyJobsTO - Sign up for this newsletter for bi-weekly policy/government job opportunities, focusing on the GTA.