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Career Education

Welcome to the Career Education Research Guide.  Information on this page is designed to help you find and access library resources for career searching.

Alumni Access

Alumni can download the BCIT Alumni Perks app and are entitled to free alumni library privileges for the first year and have the option to purchase alumni library privileges at the reduced rate of $15.00 per year subsequently.

Alumni may borrow up to 5 items from the collection for a two-week loan.

Selected video and DVD recordings from the circulating collection are available for a one-week loan.

Alumni may use the Library’s reference collections, including directories, maps, standards, government publications and case law.

Due to licensing agreements electronic databases are only available remotely to current staff and students. Alumni are welcome to access electronic databases on site at the Aerospace and Marine Campus Libraries and through the Research Network on the main floor of the Burnaby Campus Library.

For more information, click here.

Books

Top Resources

First Search

Use the box below to find books, journals, reports, dvds, & electronic resources.

The asterisk is the wild card character e.g. electric* will find electric, electrician, electrical, electricity...

Use the Advanced Search page to limit for specific formats e.g. Change Material Type to either DVDs or Videorecordings or eBooks

Public library Resources:

Vancouver Public Library has a number of resources to help you choose a career or help in your search.  Click here to browse their resources. You must have a VPL card to access the resources.

 

Burnaby Public Library also has resources to help you - especially Career Cruising

This comprehensive and interactive career guidance site provides information about career choices. Career Cruising offers a "career matchmaker" skills assessment tool, occupational profiles, an extensive listing of post-secondary programs (including financial aid information), thousands of job listings and tips for all part of the job search process. 

Librarian

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Alison Griffin
Contact:
604 456 1193

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