Occupational Wellness

What is Occupational Wellness?

Occupational wellness is how engaged and satisfied you feel with school, future job, career aspirations, and your attitude towards work and how your work contributes to the community.

Ways to Improve Occupational Wellness:

Explore Your Interests
If you don’t know what branch of engineering you want to go into, design teams and other engineering related clubs are a great way to learn more about the different things you can do within engineering. Check out Skule Clubs to learn more.
Talk to Your Professors
The career paths of the faculty and staff at U of T are very diverse. Talk to your professors to learn more about the route they took, and see if it interests you!
Ask Upper Years About Their Experiences
Upper years and alumni are a great way to learn more about what engineering is like in the workplace. Having gone through PEY (or working full time) means that they have insight that you can’t get at school.
Meet with an Academic Advisor
The career paths of the faculty and staff at U of T are very diverse. Talk to your professors to learn more about the route they took, and see if it interests you!
Don't Worry!
It’s okay if you don’t know what you want to do. That’s what university is for! If you don’t like what you’re doing, it’s not the end of the world. Very few people know what they want to do when they come to university. Go with the flow, explore your options, and enjoy the ride!