Career Educating

Embedded Career Educator Office Hours

Sania Hameed is Woodsworth College’s Career Educator, assisting students with identifying and developing their own professional identity and career paths.

As a Career Educator, Sania develops and delivers career education curriculum for undergraduate, professional and graduate students. Sania assists students, both individually and in group settings, in building their future career stories.

Sania has a passion for supporting students and talking about all things career-related. She aims to help students identify and develop their own professional identity, and navigate their career journeys. At the university, Sania develops and delivers career education curriculum for undergraduate, professional and graduate students, both individually and in group settings. She holds a Master of Education from OISE, and was a Woodsworth student herself, many years ago.

Sania takes appointments in Room 107E at Woodsworth College (119 St. George Street) on Thursdays, from 9:30AM-12PM during the Fall and Winter semesters. Please contact janice.asiimwe@utoronto.ca to book a 1:1 appointment. If you’d like to book a 1:1 appointment at another time, please contact Career Exploration and Education to book an appointment with any Career Educator.

 For general support in navigating career resources and tools, as well as resume support, a dedicated team of Peer Career Advisors will be available at mini-Kruger Hall for drop in appointments during the Fall and Winter semesters on Wednesdays from 10-12PM. Peer Career Advisor appointments can also be booked at Career Exploration and Education.

Booking a 1:1 Appointment

If you’d like to book a 1:1 appointment or learn about career-related resources or programs, please contact Janice Asiimwe, janice.asiimwe@utoronto.ca.

Sania is available Thursday Mornings during the fall and winter semesters from 9:30am-12:00pm for 3o minute appointments.

During the spring and summer semester and during exams, please book an appointment by:

Please also check out the workshops and programs being offered at the Career Centre (214 College St.) on Career Learning Networking (CLN).

2 Comments Posted

  1. Hello, I am Jenna.
    I am a 3rd year student who are going to apply to pharmacy. I am looking for a pharmacy metoring program, is there any information that I can get help?

    Thankyou

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