Students & Alumni
Computers are available for work search use. Search the internet for jobs, work on your resume and post it on eJobs@BCIT for employers to review.
Appointments available: for one to one advising on Job Search Strategies by appointment only:
Approximately 30 minute period - contact Carol @firstname.lastname@example.orgPlace: SW1 room 1022 – Student Employment Services
Want to find out names of associations in your field? Job posting and internship Web-sites? Current information on the labour market?
View our links and resources
Building Resumes for Results
- Online Presence [PDF]
- 10 Tips to Get Your Resume in the "Yes" Pile [PDF]
- Accomplishments are Key [PDF]
- Chronological Resume Guide [PDF]
- Trades Sample Resume [PDF]
- Foundationstrade Booklet (PDF)
- Interviews made easy [PDF]
- Dynamite Cover Letters [PDF]
- Power of a Great Resume [PDF]
- Essential Skills and Apprenticeship [PDF]
- Making Connections [PDF]
- Volunteer Your Way to a Better Career Path [PDF]
- Interview PowerPoint 2013 [PDF]
- Researching Companies [PDF]
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Work search resources
Student Employment Services has a wide range of print resources in their Resource Library to assist you with the many aspects of work search. Topic areas include: resumes, cover letters, interviews and more.Looking for work on the BCIT campus [PDF, 60KB]
Researching companies [PDF, 24KB]
Search this comprehensive site for a wide range of work search advice and tutorials.
Check out the Career Centre section for articles on all aspects of job search. Try out the Interview Quiz to see how well you can answer typical interview questions or find salary information.
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