One-on-one

Programs tagged with One-on-one

Career Counselling Appointment(s)
Meet one-on-one in a confidential and professional environment to discuss job search strategies and career related decisions.
Drop-in Career Counselling
Brief, career counselling appointments, approximately 15-30 minutes in length.
Graduate Writing Laboratory
The Graduate Writing Lab is in the Western Student Services Building, Room 4130a, just inside the Writing Support Centre.
Indigenous Services
The Student Development Centre's Indigenous Services provides culturally supportive services and programs to Indigenous Students at Western University.
Lead TA Program
The Lead TA Program is a new initiative on campus to facilitate the professional development of teaching assistants at a discipline-specific level.
Mock Interview
Practice your interview skills and receive feedback In this 1hr, video-captured mock interview.
One-on-One Writing Consultations
Students can make an hour-long appointment with a writing counsellor and receive feedback on drafts for coursework papers, grant and scholarship applications, thesis/dissertation components or any other writing issue.
Psychological Services
Western's Student Development Centre provides professional, confidential psychological services free of charge to all Western students.
Scholarship Library
The Scholarship Library website was developed to equip students with the necessary knowledge and resources to put forth an excellent funding proposal for external competitions.
Scholars to Leaders Club
The Club offers a unique opportunity to bring scholars together with academic and private-sector professionals who are specifically skilled in mentoring candidates through the preparation of applications to internationally renowned scholarship programs such as the Rhodes Scholarships, the Fulbright Scholarships, the Erasmus Mundus Scholarships, and Canada’s own Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships, Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships and Trudeau Doctoral Scholarships.
Services for Students with Disabilities
Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) plays a central role in Western's efforts to ensure that its academic programs are accessible. SSD arranges academic accommodation for classes, exams, practicum placements, and other course or program activities. SSD also provides digital and Braille textbooks, accessible campus transportation, learning strategy instruction for students with learning disabilities, access to computer labs that are equipped with assistive technology, referrals for assessments and other services, and bursaries for students who meet OSAP's eligibility criteria.
Teaching Portfolio Consultation
Individual coaching and consultation is available for graduate students preparing their teaching portfolios for the Western Certificate in University Teaching and Learning or for those who are putting together teaching portfolios for use in applications for faculty positions.