About us

With student career success at the centre of everything we do, Career Services aims to create meaningful partnerships, offer our guidance and expertise, and serve as leaders to help advance career education at the University of Saskatchewan.

Helping our students and alumni

Develop competencies (knowledges, skills and attributes)

Get in touch

Whether you're a student or alumni looking for career support, a USask faculty or instructor wanting to engage in student career development or an employer/community partner interested in recruiting USask students and alumni, Career Services is here to help.

Our physical office in Lower Marquis Hall remains closed but the Career Services team is working remotely and continue to be available to serve you. It is our goal to support all our students, alumni, campus colleagues and employer/community partners from our remote locations with minimal disruption.

To reach us, please email us at career.services@usask.ca or call us at 306-966-5003. We will get back to you within one business day.

For more information on the USask response to COVID-19 please visit the USask COVID-19 website.

Career Services
University of Saskatchewan
G50 Lower Marquis Hall
97 Campus Drive
Saskatoon SK  S7N 4L3

Monday–Friday 8:30-4:30

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Our mandate

Career Services core purpose is to empower students to achieve career success by leading, guiding and partnering to advance career education at the University of Saskatchewan.

Working in partnership with employers, our community and our USask colleagues; we facilitate students' access to opportunities, creation of connections, and preparation for and management of their careers. We also play a key role in supporting students in developing competencies (knowledges, skills, attributes) within their academic programs, and through experiential and work integrated learning opportunities.

In all that we do, Career Services strives to:


We create safe spaces and seek to actively listen, understand and support the goals of others.


We build and foster dynamic relationships to more effectively serve our community.

Be Knowledgeable and Data Informed

We continually grow our expertise, are grounded in best practices and make evidence-based decisions.

Be Inclusive

We embrace inclusivity as a central tenet, ensuring our programs are equitable and are created with and for our diverse community.

Practice Integrity

We are transparent, honest and ethical in everything we do.

Be Authentic

We are vulnerable and self-aware, modelling what we instill in others.

Innovate and Adapt

We maintain openness and curiosity to create, anticipate and respond to opportunities.

Career Services team

Atrayee Basu
Career Peer Educator

Alicia Wehrkamp
Experiential Learning Coordinator, RBC Learn to Work, Work to Learn Program Lead

Brock Egeto
Experiential Learning Coordinator

Dawne Warner
Employer and Community Engagement Coordinator

Adam Solie
Employer and Community Engagement Coordinator