Employers seeking students from the Zekeleman Schools of Business and Information Technology visited the St. Clair College main campus on Wednesday October 25. The Alumni Hall Lounge was abuzz with discussions about available positions, required skills and qualifications, and graduation dates.
On Wednesday February 7, the Experiential Learning and Career Services Department hosted healthcare employers at the Chatham Campus. In all, 23 employers from the region and beyond had the opportunity to network with students from the following programs:
By Bird Bouchard
Windsor may be an automotive town, but if you graduate in a STEM field, there’s a lot more to work with than just cars in the city.
St. Clair College in conjunction with local organizations, have put together a one-stop shop for post-secondary students on the verge of graduation.
By: Ari Poisson (Genesis Centre Marketing Student)
St. Clair College Student Services and Career Services have partnered to bring a series of workshops to help students learn the communications skills that employers are asking for. Beginning on February 15th, these lunchtime learning labs will happen every Wednesday from 12-1pm and will focus on the students’ interpersonal development and growth.
by: Ari Poisson (Genesis Centre Marketing Student) with contributions from WEtech Alliance.