When you book an advising appointment, you will receive instructions to meet your advisor virtually. In-person advising services are closed as part of our response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Find your dream job
Career-focused advisors help NAIT students and alumni realize and achieve their long-term career plans. Advisors are happy to discuss job search strategies, practice the interview process and review cover letters, resumes and LinkedIn profiles.
Interviews can be tricky. Our advisors offer NAIT students and alumni one-on-one support and coaching through mock interviews before the real thing.
Resume & cover letter review
We all know how far a great resume and cover letter go in securing an interview. Our career support services include resume and cover letter reviews for NAIT students and alumni. Our advisors are also happy to provide feedback on student and alumni LinkedIn profiles, supporting them to build their professional brand.
Current students can book advising appointments and see the latest career-related initiatives and events in the MyNAIT Portal.
Log in to MyNAIT Portal
If you are thinking about applying to NAIT and interested in speaking with an advisor, please contact the Student Service Centre. NAIT grads have access to a number of alumni career services and resources.
Understanding your career goals
Your NAIT education is an important step in your career and lifelong learning. Understanding what you want your education to help you achieve will help you choose the right program.
In addition to exploring career options by speaking to people whose opinions you value, we encourage you to visit these helpful Government of Alberta resources:
NAIT advisors are also available to support you in your education and career goals. Appointments can be booked through the Student Service Centre.
Contact Student Services
Other helpful tools include:
Recruiter Shannon Neighbour answers questions from students and new grads
Bite-sized credentials an emerging trend in education
What to do before, during and after
Keep your risks low, and don’t forget to have fun