Grad PACS Registration

Who You Are Matters! Game for Career and Life Clarification

Participate in an interactive game to clarify your strengths, personal qualities, and desires. Generate specific possibilities for your future and receive feedback to take inspired action to answer your important ‘what next?’ questions.


Self-directed Narrative Assessment

*must complete Who You Are Matters! first*

Interested in having a 1-on-1 career conversation to clarify and generate career possibilities? Register below to use a simple and engaging online tool to: 1) clarify your skills, strengths, desires; and 2) generate an actionable, career exploration plan to investigate 3 possibilities. Optional: Once the assessment is complete, meet with a Guide to have a conversation to put your assessment into action (see "1-on-1 Career Conversation: Follow-up Self-direction Narrative Assessment").

1-on-1 Online Career Conversation: Follow-up Self-directed Narrative Assessment

*must complete Self-directed Narrative Assessment first* (see above)

Have a 1-on-1, personalized career conversation with a Guide to put your Self-directed Narrative Assessment into action! Clarify your plan, set goals and timelines, and discover resources to support you in making well-informed career and life choices.

You will be meeting 1-on-1 with a Grad PACS Guide. The Guide has been trained in debriefing the Self-directed Narrative Assessment and effective conversation practices. They will: 1) listen; 2) provide a safe, non-judgemental environment; and 3) identify resources for you. Guides do not share conversations*, advocate on student’s behalf or provide counselling services.
*Confidentiality Policy: Conversations between Guides and students are confidential; except in situations such as: consent of the individual to whom the information pertains, in compelling circumstances affecting the health or safety of an individual, or externally only as required by law, established University practice or policy.
Guides will record general themes from conversations so we can identify common trends to improve services. The information will be anonymous and non-identifiable.