Student information

The Career Centre is here to help you prepare for jobs and future careers.

We empower students through real-world experiences, connections to industry, and professional skill development. Connect with us to maximize your ability to find employment.

One-on-one supports

Want to prepare for your future career or a part-time job? You can meet with a career coach to learn how you can plan for career success. Appointments can focus on a variety of career topics, including:

  • resume and cover letters
  • interview preparation
  • mock interviews
  • job search techniques
  • networking techniques
  • LinkedIn review
  • career planning
  • finding volunteer opportunities

Book an appointment with a career coach to get started.

Apply for jobs

View and apply for jobs on the student job board on CareerQuest Hub! Read these step-by-step instructions.

Email for more information.

Work-integrated learning

Work-integrated learning (WIL) connects your academic experience to the real world. Over 30 programs at NorQuest offer WIL opportunities from LINC to business to health. Students who complete WIL gain relevant experience, build their knowledge, develop their network, and launch their careers.

Email to learn how to complete a WIL experience.

Career Centre resources

We want to help you get ready for your future jobs and careers. Visit the Career Centre resource hub for tips and guides on career planning, job search, networking, and more.

Student information about employment

The Career Centre will make every reasonable effort to screen job postings that are submitted for approval.

As the applicant, it is important for you to do your due diligence when applying for employment through the Career Centre job board or any other job board.

Part of due diligence is to research employers using multiple websites, which are designed to help applicants in the job search process.


We recommend that you research the company before accepting an offer for an interview or employment using these websites:

  • Glassdoor - Glassdoor allows applicants to search for company ratings and reviews, free of charge

  • Service Alberta - find out if a business is provincially licensed or registered in Alberta using the search engine

Job ad scams

Unfortunately there are scammers out there that prey upon people looking for work. If you would like to learn more about common job ad scams or if you feel like you may have been approached about a job that is a scam, visit these websites to learn how to protect yourself:

Legitimate Canadian job ads will not ask for any banking or personal information and this information should never be shared.

Career Centre

Sixth floor, Civic Employees Legacy Tower 780.644.6160