Did you know AC has a Career Advising Office? Check out the webpage and connect with our Career Advisors to review your resume, cover letter, interview skills, and how to find a job!
|Title||Author||Call Number||Book Cover|
|Before and After Resumes: How to Turn a Good Resume into a Great One||Burns-Martin, Tracy||HF 5383 .B865 2012|
|What Color Is Your Parachute?||Bolles, Richard Nelson||HF 5382.7 .B65 2014|
|Presentation Skills for Students||Van Emden, Joan and Lucinda Becker||PN 4129.15 .V36 2010|
Want to reserve one of these titles? Email email@example.com with your student # and the book title.
These e-Books are available in the online library collection. Click the link to access the resource.
|How to Find a Job in Canada : Common Problems and Effective Solutions||Cheinis, Efim||2008||Link|
|Killer Cover Letters and Resumes||WetFeet||2008||Link|
|The Elements of Résumé Style: Essential Rules and Eye-opening Advice for Writing Résumés and Cover Letters That Work||Bennett, Scott||2005||Link|
|Top Notch Interviews: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques from the First Call to Getting the Job You Want||Davis, Brian||2010||Link|
|How to Get the Job You Want: 10 Practical Steps to Get a Better Job Quicker||Hyams, Ron||2017||Link|
|Work Smarter with LinkedIn||Samuel, Alexandra||2013||Link|
Handbooks provide information resources about film theory, and guides for studying and writing about film.
Job Search and Career Checklists: 101 Proven Time-saving Checklists to Organize and Plan Your Career Search by Arlene S. Hirsch
Whether starting a new career or analyzing present job progress, readers will find this book a great tool for assessing needs, gaining confidence in all job-hunting. You can find this resource here.
CaPS Job Search Handbook by McGill Career Planning Service
This handbook was created to help students conduct an effective job search. It can be accessed here.
Government of Canada Job Bank
The GC Job Bank offers a job search, career planning, job trends, and other services like a resume builder.
Skilled Immigrant InfoCentre
The Skilled Immigrant InfoCentre is an online & in-person resource centre that helps newcomers to Canada find the information they need to get a job, explore careers or start a business. Services and resources are free and are created by staff at Vancouver Public Library.
UBC Career Resources
UBC Career Resources is a collection of guides covering topics such as finding a job, developing resumes and cover letters, networking, and job and career exploration.
VPL Career Job Search
This guide from the Vancouver Public Library will help you find job market information, including current labour market conditions, economic forecasts for occupational groups, descriptions of industries and occupations, and earnings.
A website and app used for professional networking. Set up your profile with resume and connect with people you work with. Also allows you to search for job postings, develop skills, and direct message your network contacts.
This organization provides information about workplace safety in British Columbia to workers and employers.
These three websites offer courses in business, marketing, information technology, personal development, and more. Many do have course fees. Check with your local public library to see if you can access one of these services for free with your public library card!