Access the Co-op & Career Development Centre to explore jobs, current labour market information and connections to your career pathway. The career resources and workshops are designed to help you discover your strengths, explore your values and connect your skills and experiences to future career opportunities. This is the place to discover you and explore your career path.
Looking for help with your resume, cover letter or need interview practice? Visit the Co-op and Career Development Centre for assistance with your career development. Register for a resume review session
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Student Support Services around Campus
Looking for ways to enhance your college experience and gain valuable skills to help you in your future career? Langara College offers a variety of activities to engage you with student life. Visit the following student support services to learn more about workshops, events and activities on and off campus:
- Co-op and Career Development Centre
- Financial Aid
- International Education
- The Library
- Student Engagement - including Clubs and Student Leadership
- VOLT (volunteer opportunities)
- Counselling Student Success Workshops
Take a variety of workshops in topics like Academic Reading, Learning and Memory, Time Managment, Speed Reading, Taking Better Notes, Concentration, Stress Management, Overcoming Procrastination, Improving Your Thinking - Improving Your GPA and More.
- Co-operative Education
Learn more about hands-on work experience by alternating terms of study and work.
- Financial Aid and the Student Work Assistance Program (SWAP)
For students who are looking for financial support, SWAP provides opportunities to work on campus in a variety of capacities.
- International Education - The Langara PLUS Program
Students participate in a variety of workshops and events organized through the IE Office and other departments at Langara. These activities provide students with academic support, as well as recreational and social opportunities.
- Library - The Learning Commons
The Learning Commons is designed to be a one-stop shop for services and tools to help enhance your learning.
- Student Clubs
Over 50 clubs on campus, examples include: Social, Cultural, Business, Biology, Finance, French and Kendo. Visit the Student Engagement office to learn more about clubs and other student leadership opportunities.
- Volunteer Opportunities (VOLT)
Check out the many volunteer opportunities on-campus and in the community.