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Graduation and Beyond
Employment Services for Graduating Students and Recent Graduates
Now that I'm Graduating, What's Next?
Graduating Student Employment Service (GSES)
What is it?
A comprehensive employment service providing special access to job listings, workshops, and employer events on campus to help graduating students find employment after graduation. Medium- and large-sized employers will post jobs on the Career Centre’s website exclusively for students in their graduating year. Jobs are posted from September to March, with employment starting in the spring.
Who should register?
All University of Toronto students who will be graduating in June or November 2014.
What will you gain?
GSES offers a unique on-campus recruitment program for students in their graduating year. By registering for this service you will be able to:
How do you register?
GSES starts in September 2013 and ends in March 2014.
Prior to registering for GSES, you must create an account with the Career Centre Online. UTSC students must attend an orientation session to receive access to GSES. Registration for GSES orientation sessions can be accessed through the Intranet. Orientations run throughout the year.
Be sure to check our Events Calendar for latest GSES and RGES Orientations.
Recent Graduates Employment Service (RGES)
RGES picks up where GSES leaves off, with access to full-time job postings from organizations of all sizes from all manner of industries, looking for immediate hires.
RGES offers assistance searching for full-time work for 2 years after graduation. If you are graduating in June or November 2013, you are eligible to register for this program. RGES starts March 18, 2013 for June grads and August 1, 2013 for November grads. Please sign up for an orientation session on the Intranet to gain access to this service.
Students previously registered with GSES are exempt from attending the orientation session and can transfer to RGES by visiting the Academic Advising & Career Centre, Room AC213.
For more information on the Graduating Students Employment Service or Recent Graduates Employment Service, please contact:
Lindsay Mason, Career Counsellor - firstname.lastname@example.org
Considering further education?
It is important to think about your career goals before applying for further education. The training provided may be specific for a particular career or it may be quite general. Regardless, you will be investing at least another 1-2 years.
Pathways to further education
Not sure if further education is right for you? Meet with a Career Counsellor to talk about your options.
The type of further education program that you choose will be dependant on your career goals.
There are numerous resources to help you research and explore all the further education options you have.