Career Development

Keep up to date with ASUS's career development events!

What other resources does Queen's offer?


Career Services provides students with the resources to further career development and make well-informed career choices. Workshops, events, information sessions, job listings, career advising, and many other resources are available to further students' career development!  Students can sign up for workshops at MyCareer and can drop by Gordon Hall for drop-in advising Monday through Thursday, from 1:30PM - 3:30PM.

Please visit the Career Services website for further information!


Majors Night provides Arts & Science students with the opportunity to speak with upper-year Department Student Council representatives, Faculty representatives, and Career Services to find out more about program options, the Certificate in Business, the Castle, and internship options.  Whether you're unsure of what you want to major or minor in, or perhaps you want to switch programs, someone at Majors Night will be able to help! Majors Night 2017 will take place on Wednesday, March 1st from 4PM - 7PM in Grant Hall!  Check back soon for a complete list of booths. 


It All Adds Up is a wellness campaign aimed at helping students reflect on how their interests and activities, even outside the classroom, "add up". Created two years ago by Career Services and the AMS, the campaign has spread to 42 post-secondary institutions in Canada, the United States, and even Australia!

For more information, please visit the It All Adds Up campaign and don't forget to look for our booths at various events around campus!


The Queen's Undergraduate Internship Program provides students with unique opportunities to gain valuable work experience.  Arts & Science-specific information sessions and advising are available to students.  Drop-in advising is every Tuesday and Thursday from 11AM - 12PM in Career Services.

More information can be found here.


Any inquiries can be directed to the Career Projects Director, Elyse O'Brien at