Career Centre

Career Centre

CareerLink for Students

Login to apply for jobs, sign-up for events, and book appointments with a Career Coach.

CareerLink for Employers

Login to register for the Career Fair, post jobs, receive applications, and recruit on campus.

Book an appointment with a career coach to receive assistance with your résumé and cover letter, find out tips for starting your job search, or schedule a mock interview.

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Co-operative Education (Co-op) allows you to combine academic studies with paid work experience in a career-related field.

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Land an on-campus, part-time job that is flexible and built around your class schedule. Work with UFV faculty and staff while gaining experience and building up your references.

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Amidst these unprecedented times, CECE continues to support UFV students and alumni. Access CareerLink to book a Career Coaching Appointment and browse job postings. New opportunities are being posted daily!

Please feel free to email us at with any questions you might have. Additionally, if you have any questions regarding Co-operative Education please email or visit the Co-op webpage. We look forward to connecting with you!

Current information on COVID-19 and UFV's response can be found at

Indigenous Intern Leadership Program

The Indigenous Intern Leadership Program, launched in the Fall of 2018, has been made possible by the B.C. Assembly of First Nations and the Business Council of B.C. through their joint Champions Table, along with the support of Vancouver Island University and the Government of British Columbia.  This program brings together qualifying recent Indigenous Graduates from all BC post-secondary institutions with B.C. employers for two-year work opportunities, providing a rich experience for both the intern and the other firm employees. The internship will provide workplace skills and training beyond the Interns' formal studies while building a foundation for leadership and a lasting career. Through this initiative, we hope to strengthen and increase the capacity within Indigenous communities as well as advance economic reconciliation, community development, cultural preservation, and respect.

Please visit this website for additional information on the program:


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