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Learning About Myself

Learning About Myself: Read about the importance of self in career exploration

Read about the importance of self in career exploration

The Career Centre's non-circulating career resource library has a wide variety of print materials to help you learn more about yourself and careers that might be a good fit for you.


Some titles from the Career Centre's Resource Library:

  • The Idealist Guide to Nonprofit Careers for First-time Job Seekers, Meg Bussee with Steven Joiner
  • Careers in Sport, Fitness, and Exercise: The Authoritative Guide for Landing the Job of Your Dreams, American Kinesiology Association, 2011
  • 101 Career Alternatives for Teachers, Margaret M. Gisler
  • 101 Careers in Social Work, Jessica A. Ritter, Halaevalu F.O. Vakalahi and Mary Kiernan-Stern
  • Ready, Set, Hired! A Practical Guide to Starting a Career with the Canadian Government, Charles Seems
  • Job Search Handbook for People with Disabilities, 3rd ed., Daniel J. Ryan, 2011
  • Best Canadian Résumés, Sharon Graham
  • Get the Interview Edge! Tips to getting Hired from Interviewers, Kim Chung and Elisa Hui
  • Comprehensive Guide to Canadian Public Service Exams, PublicServicePrep
  • From Master Student to Master Employee, Doug Toft (Ed.)
  • Smart Moves for Liberal Arts Grads: Finding a Path to Your Perfect Career, Sheila Curran and Suzanne Greenwald
  • Working World: Careers in International Education, Exchange, and Development, Sherry L. Mueller and Mark Overmann
  • Perfect Personal Statements: Write Powerful Essays for Law, Business, Medical, and Graduate School Applications, 3rd ed., Mark Alan Stewart
  • Your Social Media Job Search: Use LinkedIn, Twitter, and other tools to Get the Job You Want!, Robert Hellmann, 2010
  • “So What Are You Going to Do with That?”: Finding Careers Outside Academia, Susan Basalla, Maggie Debelius and Michael Fasulo
  • Careers for Environmental Types & Others Who Respect the Earth, Jane Kinney
  • Career Paths in Psychology: Where Your Degree Can Take You, 2nd ed., edited by Robert J. Sternberg
  • So, You Want to Be a Lawyer, Eh?: Law School in Canada, 2nd ed., Adam Letourneau
  • Shine While You Dine: Business Dining Etiquette for the Virtual Age, Robert A. Shutt, 2011
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