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Your Program and Beyond

Learning More

Now that you have a sense of the careers your diploma or degree can lead you to, the following online resources can help you learn more about them

Career Cruising contains detailed career profiles of 600+ occupations helping you understand what it is like to work in various careers. To access Career Cruising, note the following

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Password: careercentre

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Canada’s career dictionary by the Government of Canada is a great resource for exploring job titles and leaning about career areas that relate to your program of study. 

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  • Want to do more career research? Visit Career Quick Tips 
  • Read about Sheridan's alumni to learn more about where you program can take you
  • Would you like to connect with a career counsellor to discuss your next steps or to develop a career plan that will take you from your first year to your graduating year and beyond?  Set up a meeting with your Campus Career Counsellor
  • Come and visit us!  Here's our team