Career Specialist

Our Career Specialist, Kelly Gallant is dedicated to the Faculty of Social Work. 
She can be reached at kagallan@ucalgary.ca, and by telephone at (403) 220-2193. 
Use CareerLink to book an appointment with Kelly or to check out social work job postings.

*Off-campus students can indicate that they require a virtual appointment.

Career Services provides extensive resources, career fairs and workshops throughout the year. You can even find online workshops and samples for your resume and cover letter. Check out all of the resources available to students and alumni here.

For a quick guide to career options and workplace settings for social workers, review this document. For more detail information about career options related to Social Work, explore this link and complete the exploring career options handout. You can also check out this helpful page on the Library website.

Career Services

Career Services

Career Services provides extensive resources, career fairs and workshops throughout the year. You can even find online workshops and samples for your resume and cover letter. Check out all of the resources available to students and alumni.

Career Services


Funding & Research, International and Employment Opportunities

Funding & Research Opportunities

Funding & Research Opportunities

International Opportunities

International Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities


Virtual Mental Health Training Programs (Online Professional Development)

  1. Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Suicide Intervention Training

    Open to all UCalgary students, faculty, and staff

    QPR is an evidence-based suicide prevention training that teaches participants how to recognize and support someone who may be having thoughts of suicide.

    Multiple QPR training sessions will be running in Fall 2020.

    Learn more here >>

  2. The Inquiring Mind Student Mental Health Training

    Open to all UCalgary students

    In this 2-part training, offered in collaboration with the Mental Health Commission of Canada, participants will learn ways they can support their own mental health and resiliency, as well as support others and reduce stigma. 

    For further details and training offerings >>