Career Services for Faculty

Career Services supports the Academic Centres through workshops, events, an online job board and resource materials. In addition, each academic division has a designated Career Advisor who will facilitate program-specific content and help develop career related curriculum.

Request a Workshop for your class

GBCareers:  Post on-campus jobs conveniently through our online jobsite.

College faculty members are welcome to book a Career Advisor to deliver program targeted workshops on a variety of career development topics. To request a workshop, please fill out our Workshop Request Form:

Career Centre Workshop Request Form

Career Services Workshop Offerings

Interview Prep

Interview Prep is a great tool to assist faculty in facilitating in-class mock interview practice. Faculty can create and curate specific class lists and interview questions. Afterwards, students can use the platform and record their responses. After recording, students can send recordings to faculty or anyone else (even those without an account - such as an industry partner) to review and provide feedback.

Interview Stream Prep Resources

Log into Interview Prep

Connect With Your Program’s Career Advisor

Career Advisors, specialized to support with each academic program, is available to support faculty. If you have any questions relating to Career Services or would like to discuss how we can support your class or program, please visit the Career Advising page to find your appropriate program contact.


  • While the Career Services team is excited to support faculty, all requested student workshops/engagement should be held during in-class time
  • To ensure all GBC students have access to our book with our Career Advisors for one-on-one support in a timely manner, faculty should refrain from requesting their students to book one-on-one appointments for course assignments or projects. Our team is dedicated to being available to all students across the College, so this process allows for students who are personally seeking timely career support to be able to access it.

Should you have any questions, email