Our team of Career Peers offers 30-minute one-on-one virtual appointments supporting you in the following ways:
- Resume and cover letter review
- Informational interviews
- An introduction to your Career Journey (an explorative career conversation using the career journey model and Career Leader Assessment Tool)
- Interview Prep
- How to navigate the RC Portal for effective job search tools and resources
Charlie Hao, 4th year | Management Specialist
Work experience: Asset Management Analyst Intern at Goldman Sachs
One thing I wish I knew as an incoming student: Many people
feel that the problems they encounter can only be figured out and solved by themselves. In fact, no matter what problem you face, others most likely have encountered it, solved it, and even have a standard answer. You just need to ask someone.
Sebastian Vinasco-Lasso, 4th year | Management Specialist
Work experience: Strategy Consulting Intern at EY and
Founder of Novel360
One thing I wish I knew as an incoming student: As an incoming student, taking advantage of all the resources offered at Rotman Commerce can greatly accelerate your personal, academic, and professional career!
Connie Choy, 3rd year | Management Specialist
Work experience: Assurance Analyst Intern at Deloitte
One thing I wish I knew as an incoming student: Success is not defined by the destination but by the journey of continuous growth and self-discovery.
Akruthi Chandersekar, 3rd year | Finance & Economics Specialist
Work experience: Investment Banking Analyst Intern at National Bank Financial Markets
One thing I wish I knew as an incoming student: Building relationships with professors and peers, networking with industry professionals, and developing skills that you are passionate about are just as important as learning in class!
Rose Niu, 4th year | Accounting Specialist
Work experience: Assurance Practice Intern at EY
One thing I wish I knew as an incoming student: I wish I talked to my professors more, and gone to more office hours.
Namita Pise, 3rd year | Accounting Specialist
Work experience: Assurance Intern at EY
One thing I wish I knew as an incoming student: Don’t be intimidated to talk to individuals – whether they’re your peers, professors, or industry professionals – because there’s so much you can learn simply by reaching out to others!