Haskayne Career Development Centre

The Haskayne Career Development Centre is an invaluable resource to assist you with achieving your career aspirations. It offers Haskayne students a variety of resources—such as events, workshops, appointments, and online tools—which are outlined in this article.

Click here to view the Haskayne Career Development Centre website: 

Haskayne Career Development Specialists

Haskayne Career Development Specialists are available to help you search for jobs, update your resume and cover letters, and prepare for interviews. The Career Development Specialists can also help you with identifying your skills, interests, and abilities, to assist you with pursuing the best career options for you. You are able to book an appointment with a Career Development Specialist by emailing careercentre@haskayne.ucalgary.ca or following these instructions:

  1. Go to CareerLink: ​https://careerlink.ucalgary.ca/home.htm

  2. Go to “Student & Recent Grads” > “Login” > Sign in with your My U of C login credentials

  3. Go to “Book an Appointment” > “HSB BComm Career Advising Appointments” > “Book by

    Appointment Type” > Select a career advisor based on your concentration or concentration of interest and click on “Click here to see Appointment Availability” > In the career advisor’s calendar, click on your preferred appointment time, provide the required information, then click “Book Appointment”


CareerLink is the University of Calgary’s online job board and central portal for all career-related events and appointments.

CareerLink can be accessed here: 

To sign up for events, such as information sessions and coffee chats with employers, and career-related workshops focused on topics including resume building, LinkedIn, and networking, follow these steps:

  1. Go to CareerLink: ​https://careerlink.ucalgary.ca/home.htm

  2. Go to “Student & Recent Grads” > “Login” > Sign in with your My U of C login credentials

  3. Go to “Register for an Event” > click on an event in the calendar of interest to you in order to register

To view job postings, follow these steps:

  1. Go to CareerLink: ​https://careerlink.ucalgary.ca/home.htm

  2. Go to “Student & Recent Grads” > “Login” > Sign in with your My U of C login credentials

  3. Click on “Search Postings” > Select either the “Job Board – Campus Wide” or “Haskayne School of Business Job Postings”

VMock Smart Résumé Platform

VMock is an online résumé review tool that provides instant, personalized feedback on your résumé based on criteria gathered from top employers and global best practices. This platform also provides recommended resume templates. To utilize this resource, you need to upload a PDF version of your resume here: ​

  1. Click on “Continue with University ID” and login using your UCalgary email address and password

  2. Click “Sign Up” and complete your profile

  3. Click “Upload Resume”

  4. To view the feedback, click on “View Detailed Feedback”

StandOut Video Interview Practice

StandOut is an online video interview software that enables you to take practice video interviews and receive feedback from a Haskayne Career Advisor. To gain access to this platform, please email Susan Judd at ​susan.judd@haskayne.ucalgary.ca​.

Haskayne Co-op Program

Through the Haskayne Co-op program, you can gain work experience in your field, build a network of professional contacts, and receive personalized career support from designated Career Advisors. The Haskayne Co-op program requires you to complete three four-month work terms. There is also an academic component to each work term as you are required to submit your work term goals, a midterm self-assessment, and a final paper or presentation.

●  Co-op program entry requirements can be found here: 

●  There are two application cycles for students who are in their second year of the Haskayne School of Business. The first intake occurs between October and December and the second intake occurs between March and May. The application form can be found here: 


●  Additional information about the Co-op program can be found in the Co-operative Education Program Student Handbook found here:

Haskayne Networking Café

Networking is essential for career building as it can nurture long-lasting relationships, promote the exchange of ideas, improve students’ industry knowledge, and enable students to find new opportunities. The Haskayne School of Business and Ten Thousand Coffees have partnered to make introductions between students and industry for career-driven conversations easy in the Haskayne Networking Café community.

How does it work?

1.) Create your profile

○ Choose your interests and goals so we can introduce you to someone similar.


2.) Get your first introduction

○ You will be sent a profile of someone who can help you with your goals and help you get the conversation started with suggested talking points

3.) Meet for coffee (virtually)
○ Meet for a video chat or a phone call. It's up to you! Ask questions, share your

experience, and give advice.

More information and registration can be found here: