Online Career Learning

AA&CC's Career Learning Tools

Choosing Your Program Guide
What can I do with my degree?
Resume Building Tool
Interview Ready
Tip Sheets
Jobs for Grads (job search crash course)
Networking and LinkedIn
Finding Jobs in Research
Personal Statements (grad school)

U of T's Career Learning Tools

There are over 1,400 video tutorials available through, on topics like Social Media Marketing with Facebook and Twitter, Building Templates in Word, and Project Management.


Other Online Learning

One way to learn and also maybe get noticed by an employer is to participate in competitions and company-sponsored projects! Search on your own via Google and on platforms like LinkedIn, but you can also find some of them here:

Talentegg Challenges

Have you heard of Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs? They are courses that you can take online, generally at no cost unless you want a certificate proving you completed it, which you can use to build your skill sets.

Skills you can learn through MOOCs include:

  • computer programming and data analysis
  • business management and entrepreneurship
  • art, poetry and music

Also, MOOCs offer various career advancement courses in collaboration with tech industry leaders including Google (see Udacity), on topics like:

  • how to strengthen your social network and brand
  • VR interview prep
  • optimizing your GitHub (ie, online portfolio)
and more!

See the following pages for more information about MOOCs:

University Affairs article on MOOCs
Another article on MOOCs

Some of the largest providers of MOOCs are:

Additional Online Learning for developing skills for career and worklife!