I graduated in business management from Ryerson’s Ted Rogers School of Management and engaged in a lot of extra-curricular activities through student-run organizations. I was involved with the Ryerson University Finance Society (RUFS) and the Human Resources Student Association (HRSA), serving as HRSA President in my last year. You also may have seen me playing basketball on campus at Kerr Hall or lifeguarding at one of the City of Toronto pools. Read More
In anticipation of the approaching National Matchmaker Day, we’re blogging a two-part series on matchmaking for employers and matchmaking for jobseekers.
Matchmaker: Why selecting the right employer is as important as finding ‘the one’
Corporate culture – a popular buzzword for some, and a crucial factor for others. But, how important is corporate culture and work relationships for jobseekers? Read More
Your first day of work can be exciting. You tour the office, eat lunch with the team, learn about employee perks like Fun Friday, review the workplace’s written rules – and then realize these rules clash with the unwritten rules. Read More
To celebrate National Teacher Appreciation Day, we’re recognizing some of our best mentors teaching Career Edge interns. Some are Career Edge alumni, some coach multiple interns, many received multiple nominations for our Mentor of the Year 2018 award, and all have been immensely valuable for their intern’s professional development. Here’s what their interns had to say: Read More
Showered with study sessions at the library, only to write exams resembling nothing like what your professors suggested, while distracted by other students coughing in the test centre?
Spent late nights and early mornings writing essays, surviving on coffee and energy drinks, while trying to remember everything you crammed in the last four months in a few hours?