Book an Appointment

Experiential Education has several ways for students and alumni to access career supports. These include:

  1. Drop-in hours
  2. Feedback and advice by email
  3. In-person or virtual appointments with a Career Counsellor

Drop-In Hours

Experiential Education staff provide one-on-one support to students and recent grads including advice on job searching, resume and cover letter writing, interview preparation, and other work-related issues.

During the summer, we are holding drop-in hours by appointment to provide more flexibility and better meet students' needs. Students can book in-person, phone, or virtual appointments through June by visiting

In-person appointments will be held in Dalton Hall Room 209, while virtual appointments will be sent a meeting link by email during regular office hours.

Email Feedback

Students and recent graduates can email with editable versions of their resumes and/or cover letters, and a link to the job they are applying to, and we will reply with written feedback by email in 1–2 business days.

You can also email this address with career-related questions as needed.

Booking an Appointment with a Career Counsellor

A Career Counsellor can support you with the following:

  • Further discussing the career exploration process or mapping out your next career or education steps
  • Have a mock interview as it relates to a professional program, graduate school or college
  • Preparing your application for a professional program, graduate studies or college

Book an appointment with Kylah Hennessey, Career Counsellor

Appointments with Kylah Hennessey will be virtual only on Mondays and Wednesdays. On Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday they can be in-person, virtual, or over the phone. For in-person appointments with Kylah, please come to Dalton Hall, Room 214.

Read these tips before your appointment with a Career Counsellor.

Additional off-campus mental health supports: