General Career Resources

We've put together some resources you may find useful as you job hunt.

10K Connect Cafe - Mentoring

Connect with students, alumni and employer partners as part of the GBC community on Ten Thousand Coffees.

Interview Prep

Record and answer interview questions and share your video responses with others for feedback.

SparkPath Challenge Cards

Experience a transformative approach to career discovery today. Sign up and create a student account using the code found in MyCareer under GBC Career Resource Library.

Career Cruising

Career Cruising is a self-exploration and planning program that helps people of all ages achieve their potential in career and life.


We connect students, alumni and the community with – resources, programs and support. Our goal is to foster a culture of entrepreneurship on campus and beyond.

Your Employment Rights & On-Campus Resources

Every person has the right to equal treatment in employment without discrimination in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code. Learn your employment rights and explore supports available to you.

Your Employment Rights

Our team has taken a look at the Ontario Human Rights Commission Guide and highlighted sections for you to explore as you navigate your job search and transition into work.

Office of Anti-Racism, Equity and Human Rights Services (OAREHRS)

The OAREHRS team is responsible for matters that fall under the following GBC policies, and the relevant legislations that govern those policies: Human Rights Discrimination and Harassment Policy; Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence Policy and Protocol; AODA Accessibility Policy; and Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Equity Resources for Job Seekers

We in Career Services understand that every job search experience is unique. Explore organizations and career development opportunities with folks who will meet you where you're at. 

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Resources for Black Students

Disabilities, Well-being and Accommodations

Students study together in the common area at Waterfront campus.

Resources for 2SLGBTQIA+ Students