Meet virtually with a career coach for a session tailored to your unique needs.
Gain confidence, skills and inspiration to advance your career
Meet with one of UCalgary Alumni’s career coaches online to discuss your work journey, no matter if you’re looking for new opportunities or aiming to progress in your current career, with each session geared to your unique needs and questions.
Some examples of topics you might be interested in exploring include:
- developing strategies that support your job search, including creating an effective resume, cover letter and LinkedIn profile;
- navigating career transitions and changes;
- identifying career goals and finding opportunities based upon those goals; and
- networking effectively.
All in-person coaching sessions have been suspended at the present time due to COVID-19 but we look forward to connecting with you virtually.
Meet Your Career Coaches
Carol is a Certified Career Development Professional and a Certified Training and Development Professional with more than 20 years of experience in career development and coaching. Questions about career planning? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m inspired by the potential of others and consider myself fortunate to work closely with individuals to help them achieve their goals and pursue what is meaningful to them.
Associate Director, Alumni Career Development.
Kelly Gallant is a Certified Career Development Professional (CCDP) with more than 15 years of experience in career development.
My goal is to serve the career development needs of UCalgary alumni by providing high quality, customized services to promote the potential of each unique individual.
Kelly Gallant, MEd’19
Certified Career Development Professional
Liliana has over seven years of experience providing career development support to a diverse clientele at various stages in their careers and is also currently completing a Master of Counselling Psychology degree at UCalgary.
My goal is to empower alumni to maximize their strengths; supporting them in making informed career decisions and achieving their career goals.
Liliana Gonzalez, BSc. ‘12